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The Rose Garden, Smallhythe Place, Kent

Smallhythe Place is a half-timbered house dating from the Tudor period. In medieval times the town of Small Hythe was renowned for shipbuilding. Henry V and Henry VIII both had warships built there and the building may have been used as the home or office of a local shipbuilder. More recently it was the home of the famed Victorian actress Dame Ellen Terry. The Grade II listed building is now a museum containing her collection from a life in theatre run by the National Trust.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Taken: 15/06/2017
Uploaded: 14/09/2017


Tags: small hythe; smallhythe place; garden; english; rose; kent; tenterden; medieval; victorian actress; dame ellen terry; national trust; tudor; henry viii; half-timbered; england
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