Carolean


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Carolean

Said of the periods of the reigns of King Charles I (1625–1649) and Charles II (1660–1685) of England; also called Caroline.
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Visitors to Packwood House, near Lapworth, can admire the restored Carolean Garden in all its glory after a two-year project to return it to its 19th and early 20th Century appearance has now been completed.
She and her husband Dewi, both retired GPs, bought the Grade II listed, Carolean, moated manor house nine years ago after returning to North Wales.
In its return to, even elaboration upon the splendor of the Mytens/Van Dyck composition, this Carolean image stands in marked contrast to the domestic, private, and demythologized image of the Cromwells with which we began.
Neighbours don't get much more impressive than Clopton House near Stratford, the ne Carolean mansion built in the 17th century.