Category:Bowood House

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English: Bowood is a neoclassical Palladian country house with interiors by Robert Adam and English landscape gardens designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. Bowood is adjacent to the villages of Derry Hill and Studley, near Calne in Wiltshire, England. Bowood House is owned by the Petty-Fitzmaurice family since 1754.
Bowood House:
This is a category about listed building number
1253268.
Mausoleum:
This is a category about listed building number
1253402.
Bowood House 
Grade I listed English country house in Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Bowood from Morris's County Seats 1880.JPG
Bowood House en 1880.
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Instance of English country house
LocationCalne Without, Wiltshire, South West England, England, UK
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51° 25′ 42.96″ N, 2° 02′ 15.43″ W

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Bowood House (it); ボーウッド・ハウス (ja); Bowood House (fr); Bowood House (nl); Боувуд Хаус (ru); Bowood House (de); Bowood House (pt); Боувуд Хаус (be); Bowood House (en); Tŷ Bowood (cy) Grade I listed English country house in Wiltshire, United Kingdom (en); Engels landhuis in het Verenigd Koninkrijk (nl)

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