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ARISZTOKRATIKUS ANGOL ÉPÜLETEK ÉS KERTEK
Belton House, A Mansion Built in 1685
Belton House, Lavender garden
Belton House, Lincolnshire England
Belton House, The Orangery and Church
Belton House, The Orangery
Blickling Hall fountain.
House side buildings of Blickling Hal
Blickling Hall gardens.
Blickling Hall, Home of Anne Boleyn's family 2nd wife of Henry VIII
Burghley House Stamford
Chartwell, Winston Churchill's private Home
Front Entrance to Blickling Hall
Landscaped gardens in the rear of Blickling Hall, Norfolk England
Lanhydrock House Cornwall
Lanhydrock House Cornwall, Take a ride in the old Humber back to the car park
Lanhydrock House Cornwall, The church in the gardens
Lanhydrock House Cornwall, The formal garden
Lanhydrock House Cornwall
Oxburgh Hall built in 1482
Petworth House, Parts of the building date from 1688
The Chapel Window, Petworth House
Sandy Lodge, Robert Peel's House, the founder of the London Police
Wisteria Wall, Sandy Lodge
Sizergh Castle gardens in spring
Tattershall Castle, Built between 1433 and 1443, for Ralph Cromwell Lord Treasurer of England
ARISTOCRATIC ENGLISH HOUSES AND GARDENS. Belton House, A Mansion Built in 1685.
Case aristocratiche inglesi Belton House, A Mansion Built in 1685.
Classroom 1. Mission San Luis Rey.
Name: Queen Elizabeth I (you make up a nickname) Country: England Religion: Protestant Parents: Anne Boleyn & Henry VIII Married to: no one Children: none.
Pointless Rules 100 people surveyed You have to find a correct answer that the fewest people said If you get an incorrect answer, you score the maximum.
King Henry VII Margaret Tudor [to Scotland], Henry VIII’s Sister.
HENRY VIII and THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. In 1534, Henry VIII wanted to divorce his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, so that he could marry his new love,
The Tower of London through the centuries. “Symbol of the power, a fortress for the defense, and a prison for the enemies" (Fisher, 1987)
Kartashova T. M.. Names Places Discover Britain
LO: To know about Tudor buildings.
ROYAL HOMES OF GREAT BRITAIN DESCRIPTION There are currently four residences used by the reigning sovereign, two of which belong to the people of Britain.
Garage Swimming pool Climbing frame Bike rake Car.
TOWER OF LONDON BY ISHAQ.
The Houses of Parliament
Architecture. Cathedrals Tall, grand stone church France- Gothic style (1200) Built in the shape of a cross.
The Typical British Houses
1. Sunday - day 1 departure from Prenzlau 2. Monday - day 2 arrival at Camber Sands 3. Tuesday - day 3 visit Canterbury 4. Wednesday - day 4 visit Hever.
Front view of coach house (photographer facing west) Front view of coach house (facing north-west)Side view of coach house (facing south) Rear view of.
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