Burghley House


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Burghley House

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(Placename) an Elizabethan mansion near Stamford in Lincolnshire: seat of the Cecil family; site of the annual Burghley Horse Trials
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Burghley House offers truly sensational and unrivalled views over the entirety of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
ANYWAY, I've just returned from my own festival, a huge classic car rally at Burghley House in Lincolnshire.
Stamford is used as a film and TV location for its 17th and 18th-century houses, as well as Elizabethan mansion Burghley House.
A Sandringham B Althorp C Hampton Court D Burghley House 13.
By 1688 the inventory of Burghley House listed several pieces of 'wt' china, and in the early 1700s Augustus the Strong began to build his 400-piece collection.
A Sandringham B Althorp C Hampton Court D Burghley House A SF B FI C FIN DF Andrew Garfield See Question 6.
Visit harewood.org Picture this Capability Brown's 25-year-long project at Burghley House in Stamford, Lincolnshire, is one of few designs which have remained almost intact.
His first stop is Burghley House in Lincolnshire, a vast Elizabethan masterpiece set in 1,000 acres designed by 'England's Greatest Gardener' Capability Brown.
Shearings has a new tour which not only takes in Grimsthorpe Castle in Bourne but also Burghley House in Stamford with gardens designed by Brown, along with the gardens at Belvoir Castle in Grantham.
ON Sunday, October 4, Parkinson's UK held the Walk for Parkinson's - Burghley House, which saw an army of cyan blue t-shirts roaming through the stunning surroundings of Burghley House, Stamford, one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan Age.
..."--Lady Victoria Leatham, Jon Culverhouse, and Eric Till (Burghley House, 2000, p.
Gareth Chamberlain, of Guidepost, has signed up for the Rat Race Dirty Weekend at Lincolnshire's Burghley House grounds, where he will race for 20 miles, encountering 200 obstacles in a range of themed zones.