Historic Royal Palaces was originally set up in 1989 as an executive agency of the Department of the Environment. In 1998 it became an independent charity, which is contracted by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport to manage the palaces on behalf of Elizabeth II.
- Hampton Court Palace
- 80,000 (2015)
- United Kingdom
- £92.2 million (2014–15)
Pages in category "Historic Royal Palaces" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Other Historic Palaces. The following are historic strongholds throughout the years in the different capitals of Bulgaria. They often housed the royal and patriarchal palaces and are enclosed in defensive walls around their perimeter. Tsarevets Fortress - royal stronghold that houses the royal and patriarchal palaces of the Second Bulgarian ...
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Historic Royal Palaces werd in 1989 opgericht als een uitvoerend agentschap namens het Engelse ministerie van Milieu. In 1998 werd het een onafhankelijke liefdadigheidsinstelling, die is gecontracteerd onder de staatssecretaris van Cultuur, Media en Sport met als doel de paleizen namens de koningin te beheren.
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- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- Rupert Gavin
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of residences occupied by the British Royal family, noting the seasons of the year they are traditionally occupied. Members of the British Royal Family live in many different residences around the United Kingdom.
Rupert Gavin (born 1 October 1954) is a British entrepreneur, businessman and theatre impresario. He is currently Chairman of Historic Royal Palaces and is a former CEO of BBC Worldwide and of Odeon Cinemas. As a producer/financier he is notable for a series of successful plays and musicals through his company Incidental Colman.
Its royal occupation lasted from around 1728 until 1818, with a final short-lived occupation in 1844. The Dutch House is Grade I listed, and open to visitors. It is cared for by an independent charity, Historic Royal Palaces, which receives no funding from the government or the Crown.
The post of Keeper of the Jewel House was combined with that of the Resident Governor of the Tower of London in 1968, and a Deputy Governor assumed much of his responsibilities. In 1990, the Jewel House and the Tower of London became the responsibility of the new Historic Royal Palaces agency. 1994–2011
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