Mention of Bleyheyme naturally carries our thoughts to another palace, built for the famous Marlboro. It is also perfectly laid out, this time - for the repose of the national hero. His heroic proportions, perhaps say more about the greatness than the convenience, but this is what the architects wanted. He truly embodies the legend. It truly is created to the old comrades met here in the victory anniversary. However, imagining this meeting, we have to remember, no matter how sorry that it could not be. Duke has never lived in the palace, and did not even see his unfinished. He lived in Holywell, near St Olbena, and in the city he had a house. He died at Windsor Lodge. Supporters gathered in his tent. The palace was built a long time not because of the complexity of the plan (although the difficulty he can not refuse), but because the Duke was in trouble, and two years in exile.
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