The Presence that Changed the World


Sezincote House


The house, garden and orangery form an exotic Indian fantasy with Hindu and Muslim architecture. Charles Cockerell of the East India Company commissioned his brother to build the house with advice from Humphrey Repton and the painter Thomas Daniell in the latter part of the 18th century. The result is a Moghul confection in the Cotswolds.


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