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Palladian bridge and Pantheon eyecathers at Stourhead estate
Gloriette in the Schönbrunn Palace garden
The Gothic temple, a folly at Stowe House gardens

An eyecatcher is something artificial that has been placed in the landscape as a focal point to "catch the eye" or gain a viewer's attention. It is used to decorate or ornament landscapes for aesthetic reasons, and are typically found in gardens, parks and the grounds of stately homes. Many of these can be found in various forms.

Devices or objects

These can be anything but typically they tend to be

Or on a grander scale they can be structures such as a

See also