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Gosfield Hall is a country house in the village of Gosfield, near Braintree in Essex, UK. The house was built in 1545 by Sir John Wentworth and hosted visits by Queen Elizabeth I during the 16th century. It has been variously remodelled and extended by numerous owners over the centuries. For instance, the magnificent ballroom and the deer park were added by the Marquis of Buckingham.
Gosfield Hall became the home of King Louis XVIII and his Queen Marie-Josephine-Louise of Savoy during the French Revolution. They had fled France, and the guillotine, to live in style with over 300 courtiers and staff.
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