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Felbrigg House from the West side, Norfolk, England, UK

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Felbrigg Hall its Park and Gardens belong to the National Trust. Its is a 17th Century building and many of the rooms are open to the public. The surrounding Park and Gardens cover a considerable area giving plenty of choice for walks and persuing the plants!

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A: Felbrigg House from the South, Norfolk, England, UK

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