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The Palace of Whitehall. In 1530, King Henry VIII acquired York Palace from…

Detail from Whitehall Palace showing the Banqueting House- In King Henry VIII acquired York Palace from Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. Henry renamed it Whitehall Palace. The Palace replaced Westminster Palace as Henry's main London residence.

Salón de Reinos | Viendo Madrid

Salón de Reinos | Viendo Madrid

Schönbrunn Palace – one of the best-known sights in Vienna

Schönbrunn Palace – one of the best-known sights in Vienna

El Vaticano y China, sin relaciones desde 1951, inician su particular «diplomacia del arte»

El Vaticano y China, sin relaciones desde 1951, inician su particular «diplomacia del arte»

Ingo Jones plan for a new palace at Whitehall 1638 - Palace of Whitehall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Inigo Jones's plan, dated for a new palace at Whitehall. Palace of Whitehall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eltham Palace to see the hammerbeam roof in the Great Hall. It was built for Edward IV in the 1470s as a dining room for the court.

Eltham Palace Henry VI favorite palace where he kept his library. Also the hammer beam roof in the Great Hall. It was built for Edward IV in the as a dining room for the court.

Kenilworth Castle ~ is reputedly the largest castle ruins in England.  The castle's history dates back to circa 1115 when the first castle was established by the royal chamberlain, Geoffrey de Clinton.  Subsequently the castle was developed as a palace which was the favoured residence of the Lancastrian kings. In 1563, Elizabeth I granted the castle to her favourite, Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester. He turned Kenilworth into a great Renaissance show house, to receive the queen and her…

Kenilworth Castle ~ is reputedly the largest castle ruins in England. The castle's history dates back to circa 1115 when the first castle was established by the royal chamberlain, Geoffrey de Clinton. Subsequently the castle was developed as a palace which was the favoured residence of the Lancastrian kings. In 1563, Elizabeth I granted the castle to her favourite, Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester. He turned Kenilworth into a great Renaissance show house, to receive the queen and her…

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