Holkham Hall built by Thomas Coke, Earl of Leicester from plans by William Kent; Palladian exterior and interior. Holkham Hall, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk. A spectacular example of English Palladian style
The Marble Hall of Holkham Manor is often described as the most magnificent entrance hall in England. This hall was planned as early as 1726 taking its inspiration from sources as varied as roman temples and the chapel of the Palace of Versailles.