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Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Hatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire (see map).
Hatfield House was built from 1608 by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury.
Seat of Earls and Marquesses of Salisbury.




Hatfield House.
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From Google Maps.



Hatfield House.
See full size. From here.



Hatfield House, 1880.
From Wikimedia Commons.
See other version from antiqueprints.com.



Hatfield House, 1955.
Scan 1999. Original photo has been destroyed.



Hatfield House, hall, c.1839.
From Wikimedia Commons.
See also black and white version from antiqueprints.com.




The Old Palace, Hatfield House



The Old Palace, Hatfield House, 1955.
From the Hatfield House (E) side.
Scan 1999. Original photo has been destroyed.



2007 photo shows a maze now built at this site.
From here.



The Old Palace, Hatfield House.
From the far side (W side, courtyard side). See full size.
Public domain photo 2005 by Gary Houston. Formerly here.



Far LHS of above. See full size.
Public domain photo 2005 by Gary Houston. Formerly here.



Mid LHS of above. See full size.
Public domain photo 2005 by Gary Houston. Formerly here.



Centre of above. See full size.
Public domain photo 2005 by Gary Houston. Formerly here.



Courtyard buildings, The Old Palace, Hatfield House. See full size.
Public domain photo 2005 by Gary Houston. Formerly here.





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