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A style of architecture dating from the period of the English Tudor monarchs Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. The style is characterized by half timbered houses and is the late perpendicular era. Tudor Revival homes in Canada are stone or half-timbered.

Sault Ste. Marie (1920s)
Hamilton (1920s)
Wilton House - England (1500)
Cambridge - England (1500)
Salisbury - England (1920)
Chiswick - England (1850s)
London - England (1500)
Salisbury - England (1500)