Osborne House

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Osborne House,

a favorite residence of Queen Victoria, near East Cowes, on the Isle of Wight, S England. The queen died there in 1901. The state apartments are open to the public.
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The close - and controversial - relationship between the elderly queen and her treasured Munshi (teacher), Abdul Karim, is celebrated at Osborne House where many of the scenes were filmed.
The exhibition, which opened in July at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight in the English Channel where the duo spent much of their time, includes costumes from the period drama designed with attention to historical detail by Oscar-nominated costume designer Consolata Boyle.
Despite taking a step up in grade, MORE OF THAT is fancied to outpoint three rivals in the Osborne House Relkeel Hurdle (3.
Manitoba's special adviser on Aboriginal women's issues, Nahanni Fontaine, had emailed Robinson to say the fundraising was in poor taste, as the clientele of Osborne House are women who have been exploited and victimized.
Isle of Wight & Osborne House Departs 10 May 2013 The Isle of Wight has a unique atmosphere all of its own.
According to real estate records, the Osborne house at 5 Robinwood Drive didn't sell at auction either despite earlier reports to the contrary.
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Osborne House, near East Cowes, was a popular retreat for Victoria who enjoyed family holidays at the seaside mansion.
Special attention is given to Osborne House, Tennyson's house, Roman villas and Tudor defences.
In "Victorian Gardens", garden historian and expert Caroline Holmes showcases many restorations and recreations of Victorian gardens ranging from the Osborne House on the Isle of Wight (Queen Victoria's country home), to Biddulph Grange in Staffordshire, and Down House in Kent (which was home to Charles Darwin).
She had paid an earlier compliment by having an authentic Swiss chalet constructed for her children in the grounds of her favourite retreat, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, off the English south coast.
This is especially true of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.