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500 Years of Hampton Court Palace - April J Harris

Hampton Court Palace celebrates its 500th birthday with a gorgeous cake that pays homage to half a century of important historical events in Britain!

Hampton Court Palace celebrates its birthday with brilliant bespoke cake

Hampton Court Palace. Very eerie feeling walking through rooms where Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, etc. lived

HAMPTON COURT PALACE

I'VE BEEN HERE :) Hampton Court Palace.built by King Henry VIII in the century-home of the cycling time trial event.

The view from Katherine of Aragon's rooms at Hampton Court, where Jane Seymour gave birth to the later Edward VI...breath taking

Hampton Court Palace, Richmond Upon Thames, Surrey, England. The view from Katherine of Aragon's rooms at Hampton Court, where Jane Seymour gave birth to Edward VI

Blockley village in the county of Gloucestershire, England; just another image from the dreamscape world of the Cotswolds. People LIVE on this street can you imagine? Look, there’s a castle at the end of my road! Well, how lovely for YOU. At the end of my street there is a great ugly thorn bush and a stop sign.      It’s actually a church, but it LOOKS like a castle, doesn’t it? IT IS SO BEAUTIFUL!!!**sniffs** This church is circa 1180, constructed in the late Norman style, w

Blockley village in the county of Gloucestershire, England; just another image from the dreamscape world of the Cotswolds. This church is circa constructed in the late Norman style, w

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Hampton Court Palace from the Privy Garden

Whitby Abbey, England, by Przemysław Piela on 500px                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Whitby Abbey, England, by Przemysław Piela on 500px More

Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, England, UK. The present house was built in 1834–39 to designs by its owner Thomas de Grey, 2nd Earl de Grey, an amateur architect and the first president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, who was inspired by buildings he had seen on trips to Paris.

Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, England, UK. The present house was built in 1834–39 to designs by its owner Thomas de Grey, 2nd Earl de Grey, an amateur architect and the first president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, who was inspired by buildings he had seen on trips to Paris.

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