Britain's manor is world famous, and the most famous one is Blenheim Palace Blenheim. It can be said that it is the largest and most luxurious manor in Britain. It is known as one of the most beautiful and elegant baroque palaces in England. It was listed in the World Heritage List in 1987. Churchill Manor is the only non-royal and non-religious building in Britain, but it is called palace. Located in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, in 1705, Queen Anne honored John Churchill, the Duke of Marlboro I, who defeated the French Army in 1704, when it was a royal hunting ground of hundreds of hectares. It was the place where the famous British Prime Minister Churchill was born and raised. It was also more famous for Winston Churchill. It is known as Britain's most luxurious private mansion, with magnificent interior decoration and a large number of oil paintings, sculptures, tapestries and many exquisite furniture. Photographs are not allowed in the interior, just to have a good eye. There is a Churchill Memorial at Churchill Manor. Next to the memorial was a small Greek-style temple where Churchill proposed to his wife. The path leading to the statue in the memorial is embedded with stone tablets that record Churchill's life at all stages and vividly show the course of his life. Churchill Manor is so big that we haven't even reached a tenth of it. We visited the main part of the building, large grasslands (even sheep, trains), lakes, stone bridges, gardens have not been reached, only one and a half hours, with the group is not free (this trip is a self-paid project). Fortunately, I was consoled to see the Waterscape Garden, the Italian Garden and the Rose Garden. When we went to the Rose Garden in June, we felt sparse and only patted a yellow rose or a red rose. A 41-metre-high monument to the victory of Duke John Churchill (Winston Churchill's ancestors) in defeating the French Army in August 1704 is shown in the picture. Because it's too far, there's no time to walk. According to the pictures on the internet, there are sheep grazing there. It's worth visiting.
Blenheim Palace, also known as Churchill Manor. Known as the most beautiful scenery in Britain, only 8 miles from Oxford, covering 2100 acres, it has been listed as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. The Blenheim Palace is famous for its distinguished background. This is Churchill Manor. In order to reward Churchill's ancestors for their merits in the war against France, it is called Versailles Palace in England. Churchill died and was buried in a nearby church. When the Romans learned luxury, they had famous manors; when the Englishmen saw through industry, they had country manors; when the Russians got serfs, they had noble manors; and when the French created wine, they had manors full of wine. Baldwin, the leader of the Conservative Party in Britain, once said that Britain is the country and that the country is Britain. Lin Yutang said - "The ideal life of the world's Great Harmony is to live in the countryside of Britain.
Churchill Manor opened the garden first and the palace about an hour later, so we followed the map of the manor to tour the surrounding scenes around Queen's Park. Although it belongs to the periphery of the manor, although only a large grassy slope surrounds the lake, we are amazed by the rare natural scenery downstream of the blue sky and white clouds. Trees of various shapes, tall monuments in the distance, curved and extended dirt roads, and even floating clouds in the air, all give people a fresh feeling. Near the palace, the inner garden is a small, well-mannered French garden. Fountains, sculptures, pools, lawns, trees and flowers are scattered in different directions. Under the palace's view, they are lush and full of sunshine. Circling the small garden, you can see a large area of lawn and dense jungle behind the palace building. I didn't expect the manor to have such a large area of outdoor beauty. Churchill Manor, known as Britain's largest manor, seems to be well-known. After the tour outside Churchill Manor, we left Happy Garden and walked back to the entrance of the manor's palace for about ten minutes. We formally entered the manor's palace for a visit. The lofty hall, the exquisite sculpture, the luxurious interior, a Churchill manor which is not the Royal Manor but not inferior to the Royal Manor, once again amazed us with the luxury of its interior. This is not the luxury of the local tyrants, but the duke's manor with a history of 300 years. It is magnificent and prosperous with the vicissitudes of history. First we went upstairs to watch the Manor Secret History Show, which is a combination of model scenes and pictures. Unfortunately, because we can not understand the English explanation, many of the contents are not understood. Having seen the magnificence of the Royal palace, the layout of these rooms is not so prominent, but considering that it is a private manor's palace, the overall feeling is still quite shocking. Among these room displays, the first was the introduction of the great Prime Minister Churchill. He was born in this manor, married in this manor, and finally dedicated his life to the whole of Britain, but also became a great man of the world during World War II. The room in the palace is displayed in a large study with a tall organ and a statue of Queen Anne. It was she who rewarded the manor to old Churchill. Finally, we visited the church in the manor as a sign of the end, and unconsciously we visited Churchill Manor for nearly seven hours.
Some people say that the ancient Romans learned luxury, there are fame and wealth of the manor; the British see through industry, there are rural manor. The Churchill Manor we visited was built in 1705, when Queen Anne bestowed hundreds of hectares of royal hunting grounds near Oxford on the Duke of Marlboro I, John Churchill (Winston & Churchill's ancestors), in recognition of his Herculean victory over the French Army in August 1704. On the east gate of Churchill Manor stands the inscription - "The house was built for Duke John Madelow and his wife Sarah in the light of the generous monarch's luck. It was built by Mr. Wembler from 1705 to 1722. Woodstock's Royal Honour and the building were given by Her Majesty Anne and confirmed by Parliament. It took 17 years to complete the vast project, which resulted in the Duke's failure to see the palace in his lifetime. After we passed the huge arch of Churchill Manor, there was an open green lawn and an infinite blue sky. The grassy slope runs up and down on both sides, with a wide and tidy tunnel in the middle leading to the golden palace in front. In the magnificent hall is the ceiling painted by James Sandhill in 1716 - "unfolding in the order of war, showing Madelow's victory. Churchill Manor is the largest private house in Britain. The central building of Churchill Manor is the Branm Palace (in commemoration of the Battle of Branm). The palace is magnificently decorated and contains a large number of paintings, sculptures, tapestries and many exquisite furniture. In particular, the exquisite porcelain here is not from China. It's a gift from other countries. See the lemon mosaic technique in the picture. The long library was originally designed as a gallery, and this 55-meter room shows some of the best decorations in the palace. There are statues of Queen Anne, King William Mulberry Madeiro II and the first Duke Madeiro in the room. The English like to compare this idyllic manor with the largest Versailles Palace in Europe. By comparison, I think Versailles is more airy and more beautiful here. Everything here shows people the manor culture of England. Tired of the noise of industrial civilization, the British chose the country manor. Churchill Manor is enough to represent the British love of the manor. In this luxurious manor, a small train circles around the view, as if back to the 18th century in Britain. Everything here shows the manor culture of England.
Blanim Palace, most of the time introduced as Churchill Manor. Maybe it was because the prime minister was so famous during World War II. In fact, the estate belonged to Churchill's ancestral family and had little to do with him. It seemed that the only connection was that he was born here. Manor is a typical English style manor, big house, fountain statue, large lawn ranch, a river, a stone bridge, a secret garden, plus an ancestral temple or riverside wooden house, standard British manor configuration. If you have time, you can spend a whole day in it, not only looking at the furnishings in the house, but also looking at the garden outside. It may have more surprises. When the flowers are bright, it is very suitable for taking pictures. When the weather is good, it feels good to lie by the river, bask in the sun or have a picnic.
Because Churchill was born and raised here, the Chinese call it Churchill Manor. Its real name is the Palace of Blenheim, in commemoration of the victory of the battle of the same name. Queen Anne gave Churchill's ancestor, Duke Marburo I, hundreds of hectares of royal hunting grounds near Oxford. Because it was built to compare with the French palace, it has the name of Versailles Palace in England, but I think there is still a big gap. Fortunately, when I arrived, I saw HBO filming documentary here, and participated in the birthday of a 40-year-old gentleman. The sunny English countryside was full of vitality.
February plus the Spring Festival holidays British self-driving, this season is not cold, fewer passengers, comfortable. Churchill Manor is very beautiful, especially when there are few people, enjoying the English afternoon tea in the castle can make people slow down, a quiet, a pleasant.
BLENHEIM PALACE, also known as Churchill Manor, occupies a very large area and has extraordinary momentum. During the visit, the history of the manor was narrated by sound, video and 3D production, with Chinese explanations. It is better to understand in English. Tickets are more expensive than Windsor Castle (21 pounds for adults) (26 pounds for adults, 23 pounds for 60 and over). It's more convenient to rent a car.
Churchill Manor, also known as Blenheim Palace, was listed as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. The whole manor covers a large area, and it takes more than half a day to walk it all. The interior part is as wonderful as the exterior part. Some are similar to the French Palace of Versailles, but relatively few tourists. It's worth going.
Churchill Manor, also known as the Palace of Brinim, was built between 1705 and 1722 in Woodstock, Oxford. It is the residence of the Duke of Malborough, and the birthplace of Winston & Churchill. It was built by Queen Anne to reward John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, who defeated the French and Bavarian invaders in 1704. In 1987, the Brenim Palace was listed as a world historical and cultural site by the United Nations. This is a scenic spot which combines historical sites with natural scenery, similar to Versailles Palace and Meiquan Palace, but it belongs to the private residence, which is presented by the Royal family. Churchill lived in such an environment, and was educated and educated by the upper classes when he was young. It was natural for him to become prime minister. There are many sculptures in the manor, which have high artistic value.