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  • Bruce Swedal

    This is a place called Isabella’s Window located in England at Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight.

  • Joy Cockle

    Deep outdoor window seat with stone steps

  • Norma Jonkers

    I thought this was a door, but it's a really great window with stone steps and seats outside. Wonderful texture and ambiance. Isabella's window carisbrooke castle isle of wight England.

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    Doors to the Secret Gardens

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