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Bath, Prior Park College
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Prior Park College is the finest Palladian style house in Britain. It was built by local entrepeneur, Ralph Allen who owned the mines which provided the building stone. The house was built as a marketing exercise to exhibit the qualities of the stone. The Park is now owned by the National Trust.

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送信日: 25/01/2011
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