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Create your own video on studio.stupeflix.com ! Chatsworth House in December. A modern view of the house. A view of Chatsworth from the south-west circa 1880. The stables can be seen behind the house and the Hunting Tower is visible in Stand Wood. Winter on the Chatsworth Estate. The west front of the Elizabethan Chatsworth. The South Front of Chatsworth from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus. The West Front of Chatsworth from Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus. The 6th Duke’s dining room. The Cascade from below, with the Cascade House in the distance. This engraving by Kip and Knyff shows Chatsworth part way through the 1st Duke’s alterations. The south front has been rebuilt but the original east front survives. The baroque garden has been laid out, but only the first, smaller version of the Cascade has been built, and the Canal Pond has not been dug. The 1st Duke’s stables are to the left of the house. This late 18th century oil painting emphasises the romantic aspect of Chatsworth’s setting on the edge of the Peak District. The hills behind house were windswept moorland when it was built. They were not forested until the 18th century, and are still partially exposed in this view. The buildings can be seen clearly by clicking through to the full sized image. The Great Conservatory at Chatsworth. Built from 1836 to 1841 and demolished in 1920. The River Derwent on the Chatsworth Estate, Bakewell, England. Paxton’s daughter Annie standing on a Victoria amazonica
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