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Book DescriptionBuilt between 1734 and 1765, Holkham Hall - the Earl of Leicester's 25,000-acre estate in Norfolk - is a tribute to a time gone by. This great house full of exquisite works of art, one of England's premier tourist destinations, continuesto be a thriving, self-sufficient community, providing visitors with a unique perspective on rural life as it was lived during the estate's conception. This colorful guide to the house and park explores for the first time the landscape and the architectural history of Holkham Hall, profiling the client for whom the mansion was conceived and built, detailing its fascinating construction process, and describing the magnificent historic interiors.