petworth house

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Petworth House (ˈpɛtwɜːθ)
a mansion in Petworth in Sussex: rebuilt (1688--96) for Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset; gardens laid out by Capability Brown; subject of paintings by Turner

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