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Tatton Park (Popularity: )
http://www.tattonpark.org.uk/
This late Georgian mansion in Cheshire was designed by Samuel Wyatt for William Egerton. Includes history, photographs, events, and education.

Kings Weston House (Popularity: )
http://www.kingswestonhouse.co.uk/
Edward Southwell, MP and Secretary for State for Ireland, had this fine house built c.1710-19 to designs by Sir John ...

Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society (Popularity: )
http://www.nslps.com/
Lists lighthouses in the province and gives details of a selection. Society membership information, news and events, newsletters and FAQs.

Lulworth Castle (Popularity: )
http://www.lulworth.com/
Official web-site of this early 17th-century mock-castle in Dorset, gutted by fire in 1929 but partly restored and open to ...

Great Houses of Scotland (Popularity: )
http://www.great-houses-scotland.co.uk
Six of Scotland's finest historic homes: Traquair House, Scone Palace, Glamis Castle, Blair Castle, Ballindalloch Castle and Dunrobin Castle. Official ...

The American Lighthouse Foundation (Popularity: )
http://www.lighthousefoundation.org/
For the preservation of historic lighthouses. Includes the New England Lighthouse Foundation.

Woburn Abbey (Popularity: )
http://www.woburnabbey.co.uk/
The official site offers an illustrated history and tour of the Georgian stately home built on a monastic site. Visitor ...

Longleat House and Safari Park (Popularity: )
http://www.longleat.co.uk/
Widely regarded as the best example of high Elizabethan architecture in Britain. Attractions include several mazes and a Dr Who ...

British Castles, Stately Homes and Houses (Popularity: )
http://www.castles-uk.com
An interactive map leads to short descriptions by Risto Hurmalainen of historic buildings he has visited, a gallery of expandable ...

US Lighthouse Society (Popularity: )
http://www.cheslights.org
Chesapeake Chapter (Virginia and Maryland). Includes photos, maps, club information.

Astley Hall (Popularity: )
http://www.astleyhall.co.uk
A distinguished Elizabethan house in Chorley, preserved as a museum and art gallery, with two rooms licensed for weddings. Photographs ...

The DiCamillo Companion to British and Irish Country Houses (Popularity: )
http://www.dicamillocompanion.com
A database that aims to list every British and Irish country house from circa 1500 to 1945, standing or demolished. ...

Blenheim Palace (Popularity: )
http://www.blenheimpalace.com/
This baroque masterpiece - a World Heritage site - was built (1705-22) for the 1st Duke of Marlborough to designs ...

Burton Constable Hall (Popularity: )
http://www.burtonconstable.com/
This Elizabethan house has been the home of the Constable family since it was first built. Photographs of superb later ...

U. S. Lighthouses (Popularity: )
http://www.us-lighthouses.org/
Photos and narrative descriptions on many lights across the U.S.

Kingston Bagpuize House (Popularity: )
http://www.kingstonbagpuizehouse.org.uk
A manor house, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, built about 1660 and extensively remodelled in the early 1700s. Brief illustrated history and ...

Granite Island Light Station - Lake Superior (Popularity: )
http://www.graniteisland.com/
Photos, videos and history of the lighthouse plus information on its restoration.

Grimsthorpe Castle and Gardens (Popularity: )
http://www.grimsthorpe.co.uk/
The official site for this stately home in Lincolnshire, remodelled in 1715 to the design of Sir John Vanbrugh. Includes ...

Kelmscott Manor (Popularity: )
http://www.kelmscottmanor.co.uk/
The Tudor manor house which was the home of William Morris, founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, and houses ...

Renishaw Hall (Popularity: )
http://www.sitwell.co.uk/
The stately home of the Sitwell family in Derbyshire, built mainly in the Georgian period around a 17th-century core. Brief ...
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