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Osborne House is a former royal residence, built between 1845 and 1851 for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a summer home and rural retreat. Prince Albert designed the house himself in the style of an Italian Renaissance palazzo. The builder was Thomas Cubitt, the London architect and builder whose company built the main façade of Buckingham Palace for the royal couple in 1847.
The Prince Consort participated directly in the laying out of the estate, gardens and woodlands to prove his knowledge of forestry and landscaping. Below the gardens was a private beach, where the Queen kept her own private bathing machine.
Queen Victoria died at Osborne House in January 1901.

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Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

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Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

Osborne House - 11 Sep 2017

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