Category:Wimpole Hall

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English: Wimpole Hall is a mansion in the civil parish of Wimpole close to the clustered village centre in Cambridgeshire, England. The house, begun in 1640, and its 3,000 acres (12 km²) of parkland and farmland are owned by the National Trust and are regularly open to the public. Wimpole is the largest house in Cambridgeshire. Many notable architects have worked on it, including its first owner, Thomas Chicheley (1640 - 1670), James Gibbs (1713 - 1730), James Thornhill (1721), Henry Flitcroft (around 1749), John Soane (1790s), and H. E. Kendall (1840s).
Wimpole Hall 
listed building in England
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Instance of historic house museum
LocationSouth Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire, East of England, England, UK
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52° 08′ 27.96″ N, 0° 02′ 59.46″ W

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Wimpole Hall (es); Wimpole Hall (pt-br); Wimpole Hall (de); Wimpole Hall (sv); Wimpole Hall (en); Wimpole Hall (fr); Wimpole Hall (nl) listed building in England (en); museumhuis in South Cambridgeshire, het Verenigd Koninkrijk (nl)


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