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Temple Newsam House, Interior, Tudor Room

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Temple Newsam House, Interior, Tudor Room
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Undated. View shows a beautifully carved bed in the Tudor Room on the second floor of the West Wing of Temple Newsam House. The furniture of this room and the oak panelling carved in linenfold style date from the early 16th century. The room was originally part of Bretton Hall where it was known as Henry VIII's room referring to reports that the King once stayed there. The contents of the Tudor Room were installed at Temple Newsam in 1947. The room is also known as The Bretton Room.

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