Harold Olejarz

Hardwick Hall - The building is topped with the huge initials ES that stand for Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury, also known as Bess of Hardwick. When her husband died in 1590, she decided to have this new house built. The interior, illuminated by windows of unequalled height in a residence at this time, has astounding plasterwork and tapestries. (Photography is not allowed inside.) Pictures of the architecture and gardens will give a sense of the place which is a few minutes walk from Old Hardwick Hall. August, 2004

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