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Slovak Embassy, 25 Kensington Palace Gardens, London | The construction of a new brutalist-style building at this site had begun in 1965 and was undertaken by Jan Bočan, Jan Šrámek and Karel Štěpánský from the atelier Beta Prague Project Institute.

Slovak Embassy, 25 Kensington Palace Gardens, London | The construction of a new brutalist-style building at this site had begun in 1965 and was undertaken by Jan Bočan, Jan Šrámek and Karel Štěpánský from the atelier Beta Prague Project Institute.

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

If I'll ever manage to make that much money, I'll buy my princess L a castle as lovely as Kensington palace! Oliver of the London Regency told us all about this hub of British history in Central London: http://blog.londonregency.com/history/kensington-palace-a-hub-of-history-in-the-heart-of-london/#.U61BjJRdV1w

If I'll ever manage to make that much money, I'll buy my princess L a castle as lovely as Kensington palace! Oliver of the London Regency told us all about this hub of British history in Central London: http://blog.londonregency.com/history/kensington-palace-a-hub-of-history-in-the-heart-of-london/#.U61BjJRdV1w

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

#15 Kensington Palace Gardens, built 1855 for George Moore, self-made mogul in the lace trade.

#15 Kensington Palace Gardens, built 1855 for George Moore, self-made mogul in the lace trade.

As one of central London’s royal residences, Kensington Palace has been a home and refuge to the royal family since the 17th century including the late beloved Princess Diana. Now, it is the official residence to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – otherwise known as our familiar Kate and Wills. Now it is one of London’s most exquisite palaces and comes with acres of manicured gardens and the world famous Orangery.

As one of central London’s royal residences, Kensington Palace has been a home and refuge to the royal family since the 17th century including the late beloved Princess Diana. Now, it is the official residence to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – otherwise known as our familiar Kate and Wills. Now it is one of London’s most exquisite palaces and comes with acres of manicured gardens and the world famous Orangery.

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

The Crown estate in Kensington Palace Gardens: Individual buildings | British History Online

The Great Staircase at Kensington Palace in London, England. - It has been a residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century, and is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Great Staircase at Kensington Palace in London, England. - It has been a residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century, and is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

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