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  • THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH - Bay of Islands : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    Skip to main content Home »THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH - Bay of Islands THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH - Bay of Islands Visit Website A classically elegant hotel in Russell with superb dining and accommodation for travellers, wedding parties, coach tours or smaller, intimate conferences and gatherings. A…

  • Picton History New Zealand

    …military associate of the Duke of Wellington, who was killed at the Battle of Waterloo. Sailing Marlborough Sounds Marlborough, New Zealand Photographer Ivor Wilkins (ivorw@xtra.co.nz) If you arrive in the region by sea or air, the intricate detail of the Marlborough Sounds engages your interest…

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  • Picton Regional Information New Zealand

    Marlborough New Zealand Photographer: Ivor Wilkins (ivorw@xtra.co.nz) The town of Picton was named after Sir Thomas Picton, the Welsh military associate of the Duke of Wellington, who was killed at the Battle of Waterloo. In 2006 Picton had a resident population of 4,086, making it Marlborough

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