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Historical WealthPlay
Manor often implies historical wealth or status associated with families that owned estates. SlideThe family's manor traced back to the 16th century.
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British CulturePlay
In British culture, a manor is traditionally associated with the aristocracy or gentry classes. SlideThey attended a wedding at a beautiful old manor.
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Countryside SettingPlay
Manors are usually located in a rural setting, often surrounded by farms or parkland. SlideWe went horseback riding around the manor's parkland.