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  1. Browse Getty Images' premium collection of high-quality, authentic Greenwich Palace stock photos, royalty-free images, and pictures. Greenwich Palace stock photos are available in a variety of sizes and formats to fit your needs.

  2. The Palace of Placentia, Greenwich. The long lost Palace of Placentia in Greenwich, South East London was once the favourite royal residence of the Tudors. It was also the location where Sir Walter Raleigh placed his coat over the puddle to stop Queen Elizabeth’s feet from getting wet! Ben Johnson.

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  3. The Palace of Placentia, after it was rebuilt around 1500 by Henry VII. The Palace of Placentia, also known as Greenwich Palace, was an English royal residence that was initially built by Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, in 1443. The palace was a place designed for pleasure, entertainment and an escape from the city.

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  5. Very little of the Tudor palace exists today, nothing above ground, so this is a very exciting and important discovery! Read more about the discovery and see photos at: Daily Mail: Inside the birthplace of King Henry VIII and Elizabeth I

  6. Browse 205 greenwich palace photos and images available, or search for hampton court to find more great photos and pictures. Aerial view south-east of Greenwich Palace. Greenwich Palace. Aerial view north-west of Greenwich Palace. Greenwich. Interior view of the new chapel, Royal Naval Hospital, Greenwich, London, c1790. Artist: George Bickham.

  7. Browse 210 greenwich palace stock photos and images available or search for hampton court to find more great stock photos and pictures. Find Greenwich Palace stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. Select from 210 premium Greenwich Palace of the highest quality.

  8. A visitor to Greenwich in the 1670s would have seen the boarded up hulk of the king’s block, set amidst piles of demolished brick and stone from the Tudor palace and the Queen’s House surrounded by half-dug foundations. The site of the Palace was eventually to be built on and given, by Queen Mary II, as a hospital for seamen in the 1690s.

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