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Celebración de la cucaña a orillas del Palacio de San Telmo, residencia en Sevilla de los duques de Montpensier

Celebración de la cucaña a orillas del Palacio de San Telmo, residencia en Sevilla de los duques de Montpensier

The couple has two daughters:  Infanta Leonor de Todos los Santos of Spain, born 31 October 2005 Infanta Sofía de Todos los Santos of Spain, born 29 April 2007  The family lives in a residence located a few dozen metres from the Palace of Zarzuela.

The couple has two daughters: Infanta Leonor de Todos los Santos of Spain, born 31 October 2005 Infanta Sofía de Todos los Santos of Spain, born 29 April 2007 The family lives in a residence located a few dozen metres from the Palace of Zarzuela.

St. James Palace. London, ENGLAND   (Flickr - Photo Sharing!  London)

St James& Palace is one of London& oldest palaces and was built by Henry VIII between 1531 and

Osborne House on the Isle of Wight. Osborne House is a former royal residence in East Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK. The house was built between 1845 and 1851 for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a summer home and rural retreat. Prince Albert designed the house himself in the style of an Italian Renaissance palazzo. Queen Victoria died here.

Architecture - Chapter 7 - Italianate, Renaissance Revival - Osborne House, 1845 - Isle of Wright, England; Thomas Cubitt with Prince Albert

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.

Alluding to the illustrious Court of St James’s, the name of this particular palace makes clear its status as the senior palace of the British Monarchy and seat of the royal court. Though the London home of the monarchy moved to Buckingham Palace in 1837, St James’s Palace remains as the official residence of the Sovereign. Built by Henry VIII in the 1530s much of the original red-brick Tudor building still survives

PHOTOS: 10 Illustrious British Royal Homes

Illustrious British Royal Home ~ St James’s Palace, London Alluding to the illustrious Court of St James’s, the name of this particular palace makes clear its status as the senior palace of the British Monarchy and seat of the royal court.

1939 excavations for the new Ministry of Defence revealed Queen Mary's Steps which were part of King Henry VIII's Whitehall Palace, the steps led down to the  terrace overlooking the River Thames

Queen Mary's Steps by Leonard Bentley, 1939 excavations for the new Ministry of Defence revealed Queen Mary's Steps which were part of King Henry VIII's Whitehall Palace, the steps led down to the terrace overlooking the River Thames

Castles & Manor Houses | Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England....

George's Hall at Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England. The hall is metres long and 9 metres wide, with a table seating for up to 160 guests.

"On this site stood the Tudor Palace of Greenwich, built by King Henry VII, and birthplace of King Henry VIII in 1491, and his daughters Queen Mary I  in 1516 and Queen Elizabeth I in 1533".

Very few Tudor palaces remain: "On this site stood the Tudor Palace of Greenwich, built by King Henry VII, and birthplace of King Henry VIII in and his daughters Queen Mary I in 1516 and Queen Elizabeth I in

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