Warwick Castle, conservatory

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Date:9th of July 2002

Description:A view of the conservatory at Warwick Castle, built in 1746 by William Eborall, a local mason.

It was initially intended to house the huge Warwick Vase, which is now in the Burrell Collection.

During the Victorian period the building became a glasshouse for exotic plants.

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