British travel #Pride and Prejudice #Volume Sights #Garden has always loved Jane Austen's work, Pride and Prejudice, and all the adaptations and dramas are praised, with the movie versions: 1940, 1995 and 2005. Of these three editions, I am most impressed with the same version, beautiful people, the location of the more beautiful. The scene that struck me most was the place where Mr. Darcy proposed to Elizabeth after a rainy afternoon, where Darcy finally said the long-simmering words. And the scene of this classic shot is OStourhead House and Garden , Britain's first Novel Paradi-style countryside. The park, which is known as one of the world's ten largest gardens, was built in 1761 and is now almost 300 years old, and has seen countless beautiful stories, such as Pride and Prejudice. The former owner was the Hoare family, an independent banker who was successful at the time. A large house burned down some of the heirlooms in 1901, and fortunately most of the precious documents were rescued in time. In 1946 , Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare gave away the property and belonged to the National Trust of Sites and Monuments (National Trust),, Stourhead was opened to the public.
Stourhead Gardens is in Wiltshire in the south of England, about 30 minutes' drive from the famous Stone Henge. Influenced by the paintings of Claude Lorrain, the banker Henry Hoare II invested in the construction of his own ‘Claude’ garden in the 18th century. Lauren was a great landscape painter in the Baroque period; he was born in France but lived in Italy for a long time. Walking in the Stourhead Gardens, you will really feel that there is no Pittoresco Garden if there is money but no art. Stourhead Gardens is Italian style. Henry Hoare collected a large amount of Italian art. He built the Temple of Apollo, Pantheon/Pantheon, Five-hole Bridge, and Grotto/Grotto in his back garden. More than 200 years have passed. The replicas of these Roman ruins have grown together with the lake-colored woods of England. They are not obtrusive, but elegant. May is definitely the best time to check in