Category:Hardwick Hall

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English: Hardwick Hall in Doe Lea, Derbyshire is one of the most significant Elizabethan country houses in England. In common with its architect Robert Smythson's other works at both Longleat House and Wollaton Hall, Hardwick Hall is one of the earliest examples of the English interpretation of the Renaissance style of architecture, which came into fashion when it was no longer thought necessary to fortify one's home. The "new hall" is owned and managed by the National Trust, the "old hall" is owned and managed by English Heritage.
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Hardwick Hall 
Elizabethan country house in Derbyshire, England, UK
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Instance ofart museum,
historic house museum,
English country house,
Prodigy house
Location Ault Hucknall, Bolsover, Derbyshire, East Midlands, England
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  • 1590
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53° 10′ 07.68″ N, 1° 18′ 31.68″ W
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