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Shugborough Hall is a stately home near Great Haywood, Staffordshire, England. The hall is situated on the edge of Cannock Chase, about 5.8 miles (9.3 km) east of Stafford and 4.7 miles (7.6 km) from Rugeley. The estate was owned by the Bishops of Lichfield until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, upon which it passed through several hands before being purchased in 1624 by William Anson, a local lawyer and ancestor of the Earls of Lichfield. The estate remained in the Anson family for three centuries. Following the death of the 4th Earl of Lichfield in 1960, the estate was allocated to the National Trust in lieu of death duties, and then immediately leased to Staffordshire County Council. Management of the estate was returned to the National Trust in 2016. It is open to the public and com

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  • Shugborough Hall ist ein englischer Landsitz in Great Haywood, Staffordshire. Etwa bis zur Zeit um 1540 gehörte er den Bischöfen von Lichfield. Das Anwesen ist heute der Familiensitz der Earls of Lichfield deren Vorfahren es 1624 erwarben. Im Park befinden sich verschiedene Bauwerke, darunter ein Schafhirtendenkmal von Peter Scheemakers mit einer rätselhaften Inschrift.
  • Shugborough Hall è una storica residenza in stile georgiano e neoclassico situata nei pressi del villaggio inglese di , nell'area nota come Cannock Chase (Staffordshire): costruita a partire dal 1693 sulle rovine di un palazzo vescovile ed ampliata tra il XVIII e il XIX secolo, fu la dimora della famiglia Anson, conti di Lichfield, famiglia che annoverava tra i suoi componenti anche il celebre fotografo Patrick Anson, V conte di Lichfield (1933-2005). La tenuta, ora di proprietà del National Trust, è famosa anche per la cosiddetta ".
  • Shugborough Hall is a stately home near Great Haywood, Staffordshire, England. The hall is situated on the edge of Cannock Chase, about 5.8 miles (9.3 km) east of Stafford and 4.7 miles (7.6 km) from Rugeley. The estate was owned by the Bishops of Lichfield until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, upon which it passed through several hands before being purchased in 1624 by William Anson, a local lawyer and ancestor of the Earls of Lichfield. The estate remained in the Anson family for three centuries. Following the death of the 4th Earl of Lichfield in 1960, the estate was allocated to the National Trust in lieu of death duties, and then immediately leased to Staffordshire County Council. Management of the estate was returned to the National Trust in 2016. It is open to the public and com
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