Photographer's Note

This is a manor house near Windsor Castle. Seemingly, the origin of the name of a hotel originates in the residence of Sir Christopher Wren who was a prominent British architects in the 17th century. It is a small hotel comparatively alike with 4 stories and about 90 rooms. The appearance was the classic hotel by the brown wall and the white window frame/entrance. I saw such a manor house well when having travelled the local district in United kigdom. It keeps small and clasic residence style. Thames river is flowing in front of this hotel, and I remember faintly that the swan was swimming there calmly.
This photograph is taken in winter 20 years ago, and is scanned with CanoScan Lide60 and digitized.

1. The room of monor house; Workshops
2. Sir Christopher Wren(1632.10.20 – 1723.2.25)
He is a British architects and is an astronomer. He is a architects of the British dynasty, and revival from Fire of London is performed, and he is considered as the person who took in baroque architecture to Britain, and is known. St. Paul's Cathedral is the grandest and is Wren's masterpiece. It is one of the grandest and calm dome in the world, and adopted in classicism with a pure style. And, the influence of the baroque are seen across this cathedral.

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