Leeds Castle in the Tudor style

Leeds Castle in the Tudor style

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The Leeds castle was completed in 1823 in the Tudor style.

A large sum of money allowed extensive repair and the remodeling of the castle in a Tudor style, completed in 1823, that resulted in the appearance today.

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Sophie Templer

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