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The Brontës: 1820
Haworth Parsonage, Haworth, West Yorkshire (Part 2)

The Haworth Parsonage in Church Street, Haworth, West Yorkshire had front windows that faced east, affording the residents the benefit of morning light and a clear view toward Brow Moor. Within the house, the square dining room to the left of the front door was the Brontë sisters' usual sitting room and their sanctum for discussing the plots of their novels.

At present, the house has been restored as far as possible to its appearance in the Brontës's day.


Interior of Brontë parsonage, Haworth, West Yorkshire [15 April 1983]


Dining room with portrait of Charlotte Brontë over sofa, Haworth, West Yorkshire [15 April 1983]


Parlor piano, Brontë parsonage interior, Haworth, West Yorkshire [15 April 1983]


View of Church of Saint Michael and all Angels from interior of Brontë parsonage, Haworth, West Yorkshire [15 April 1983]


Path leading from Brontë parsonage to Church of Saint Michael and All Angels, Haworth, West Yorkshire [15 April 1983]

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