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Buscot Park - back
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Buscot Park is the family home of Lord Faringdon, who looks after the property on behalf of the National Trust, as well as the family collection of pictures, furniture, ceramics and objets d'art, known as the Faringdon Collection, which is displayed in the house.

Copyright: Arunas Stankus
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 15382x2910
Hochgeladen: 09/04/2012
Aktualisiert: 10/04/2012
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