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In 1722 George I hired the then unknown William Kent to decorate his three new state rooms at Kensington Palace- the Privy Chamber, the Withdrawing Room and the Cupola Room.

In 1722 George I hired the then unknown William Kent to decorate his three new state rooms at Kensington Palace- the Privy Chamber, the Withdrawing Room and the Cupola Room.

The Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace has been in continuous use for over 450 years.

Welcome to Part Two of London Perfect's Tudor Series! It's all about Hampton Court, Henry VIII's favourite palace.

Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace,Hampton,Richmond upon Thames,Greater London,UK. Henry VIII's banqueting hall, covered in original tapestries.

Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace,Hampton,Richmond upon Thames,Greater London,UK. Henry VIII's banqueting hall, covered in original tapestries.

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The Chapel Royal, Hampton Court, England, built in the 1520s by Cardinal Wolsey

The Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, England. Another of my favorite places I've been.

the-great-staircase at kensington-palace from pynes-royal-residences engraved-by richard-reeve 1819.

The Chic Technique: The Great Staircase at Kensington Palace in London, England. - It has been a residence of the British Royal Family since the century, and is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

AFAR.com Place: Buckingham Palace by Savi and Vid

View the lush, rambling gardens, mammoth designs, incredible architecture and wondrous detail of royal palaces around the world. From Tehran to Bangkok each majestic monarchy has an incredible palace decorated in their countries unique style.

Exterior elevation of the Orangery at Kensington Palace. The Orangery, to the north of Kensington Palace, was built for Queen Anne between 1704-5. The Bedford Lemere daybook records that the photograph was taken for 'J C S'.

Exterior elevation of the Orangery at Kensington Palace. The Orangery, to the north of Kensington Palace, was built for Queen Anne between The Bedford Lemere daybook records that the photograph was taken for 'J C S'.

The Royal Chapel ~ Hampton Court Palace, England. The timber and plaster ceiling of the Chapel is considered the "most important and magnificent in Britain", but is all that remains of the Tudor decoration, after redecoration supervised by Sir Christopher Wren. The altar is framed by a massive but plain oak reredos with garlands carved by Grinling Gibbons during the reign of Queen Anne.

The Royal Chapel, Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey, United Kingdom

Seven Wonders Of The World Ruins of Petra Jordan

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Seven Wonders Of The World Ruins of Petra Jordan

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace reopens after £12 million restoration

Trading Hall, Liverpool Cotton Exchange, Old Hall Street, Liverpool, (1907). (English Heritage)

Trading Hall, Liverpool Cotton Exchange, Old Hall Street, Liverpool, 1907

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