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A fine stucco house in a fashionable corner of Kensington in West London. It was used by Maharajah Duleep Singh as a London base. He used this base during the most tumultuous days of his relationship with the British Government. Continue reading
Blo’ Norton Hall is a part-moated house dating from the sixteenth century, but probably on the site of an earlier house. The Hall and the small estate have not been bought or sold since it was constructed, but inherited by various families. One of its more distinguished tenants was Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, who lived in the Hall from 1906 until his death in 1926. Continue reading
This museum contains items relating to Duleep Singh residence in Elveden Hall. The museum itself was donated to the town by his son Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, and to that end contains parts of his collection of British Oil paintings and artefacts relating to his life in the area Continue reading