Where in England is Chatsworth?
The magnificent classic mansion of Chatsworth House in the village of Bakewell, County Derbyshire, is one of England’s most celebrated historic houses. Built in the seventeenth century by the first Duke, Chatsworth has been modified and reformed with each of its holders so that, the glorious treasure we see today, remains for us, its visitors, a constant display of fascination and wonder.
The elaborate beauty of Chatsworth is due to its perfect state of preservation. The Great Hall is the largest in the building. It has a ceiling painted by Verrio and a beautiful fireplace, designed by Samuel Watson. The chairs and tables are elegantly carved and decorated, and the room is completed with beautiful paintings and other silver objects of great value.
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