Category:Sheffield Manor

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Sheffield Manor 
Sheffield Manor - Turret 17-04-06.jpg
Instance of manor house
Location Sheffield, United Kingdom
Heritage designation
  • scheduled monument
  • Grade II* listed building (1 May 1952)
Authority control
National Heritage List for England number: 1271283

53° 22′ 26.4″ N, 1° 26′ 12.12″ W

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English: Sheffield Manor, also known as the Manor Lodge or Manor Castle, is a lodge built about 1510 in what then was a large deer park east of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK, to provide a country retreat for the fourth Earl of Shrewsbury. The remnant of this is now known as Norfolk Park.
Svenska: Sheffield Manor även känt som Manor Lodge eller Manor Castle, är ett jakthus byggt omkring 1510 i vad som då var en stor hjortpark öster om Sheffield i South Yorkshire i England, som ett landsställe för den fjärde earlen av Shrewsbury. Vad som finns kvar är numera känt som Norfolk Park.

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