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After the Battle of Blenheim in 1704, the castle was finally renamed after Blindheim (also called Blenheim) in Bavaria. Initially designed as a tribute to John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, for his triumphal victories over the Spanish War of Succession against the France and Bavaria, which culminated in the Battle of Blenheim, but soon after the start of building work it became the object of major policy debate; this resulted in the downfall of Marlborough and its queen and the permanent loss of the prestige of Sir John Vanbrugh.
Conceived in the unusual and short-lived English Baroque period, the architectonic revaluation of the building is as fragmented today as it was in the 1720s. It is known as the birth place and headquarters of Sir Winston Churchill. Upon construction of the building, it became the home of Churchill, later Spencer-Churchill, home of the Churchill familiy for the next 300 years, and various members of the familiy have made changes to the interior, the garden and the garden.
In the late nineteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the castle was protected from destruction by money from the wedding of the ninth duke of Marlborough and the US railway heir Consuelo Vanderbilt. Under the patronage of a generous ruler, this mansion was constructed for John Duke of Marlborough and his Duchess Sarah by Sir J. Vanbrugh between 1705 and 1722, and the royal mansion of Woodstock, along with a subsidy of 240,000 pounds for the construction of Blenheim, was given by Her Majesty Queen Anne and endorsed by an act of Parliament.
. and all his expenses in linear masculine and feminine descend. The Blenheim Castle with a view over the eastern façade's Italien gardens to the Orangerie, which decorates and clad the courtyard's inner part. When we walked through the arch and the beautiful landscape came over me, it was thanks to Charles, the ninth duke of Marlborough (1871-1934) that he saved both the castle and the people.
After long negotiation with her parent-in-law, the wedding was celebrated: her mom, Alva Vanderbilt, was eager to see her daugher as a queen, and the bride's dad, William Vanderbilt, was paying for the privileges. Marlborough Consuelo said in the coach that left the cathedral that he was in love with another wife and would never come back to America because he "despised everything that was not British".
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