a palace in Woodstock in Oxfordshire: built (1705–22) by Sir John Vanbrugh for the 1st Duke of Marlborough as a reward from the nation for his victory at Blenheim; gardens laid out by Henry Wise and Capability Brown; birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill (1874)
Contemporary Examples

‘World’ Players’ Secret Getaway William Underhill July 16, 2011

Historical Examples

Collections and Recollections George William Erskine Russell
From the Bottom Up Alexander Irvine
The Motor Routes of England Gordon Home
The Charm of Oxford J. Wells


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