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What a grand place so when are you moving in Claire? LOL
Hehe, I would move in if I had my own house maid, cleaner, cook :)
What an amazing place!
Thanks Tamar :)
Such a cool place...it looks like something out of a fairytale!Debbiewww.fashionfairydust.com
Thanks Debbie, I am looking forward to going back on a nice day and take some pictures :)
Claire, that's a whole lot of windows to have to clean! lol What is this place? Is it the home of a Royal? I agree with Fashion Fairy Dust that it looks like something out of a fairytale. You won't find anything like this in the US unless you're in Hollywood where everything is make believe. :) Thanks for sharing and when you get time you're welcome to link up with me on not-so Wordless Wednesday!
There sure is Cathy, lol. It is an Elizabethan country house of the 1580s. Now a Natural History Museum :)
What a magnificent place!! Thanks for sharing and thanks so much for visiting!!Hugs,Deb
Thanks for stopping by Debbie :)
What an amazing castle, I love architecture of buildings, this is wonderful!Happy Wednesday!
Thanks Karren :)
What a beautiful place!! I'd love to tour the inside!
Thanks Heather, we went inside on a school trip with my daughter class a few years ago. It is lovely seeing history inside :)
I love old architecture - your photos are beautiful!
Aww, thank you Carol :)
Wish I could come see it. Do they do tours?
Thanks Teresa, yes you can pay to go inside :)
Wow, what an amazing place. Beautiful photos. I would love to go.
Thanks Patrick :)
How cool! My daughter's cross country races are in much less fun locations in our corner of the world! :)
Thanks Angela :)
Lovely Pics - Thanks for hosting!
Such a lovely mansion indeed. I was wondering about the interior...hope you can share that as well :). Cheers and happy new year..
Great party - thanks for hosting
Very interesting architecture and style for that building.
I just had to Google this beautiful place as I have always loved old architecture. To imagine, that this was someones COUNTRY house back in the 1800's! Wow!Thank you for the wonderful photo and I hope you will visit my blog too as I am newly back on the blogging scene after raising my little ones and could use a few comments and a follow too :)Hope to see you soon.- Lisa
Wow! What a beautiful piece of architecture.
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