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SOUTH FORELAND. muelle de Deal, frente al castillo con el mismo nombre (construido alrededor de 1539 como parte de las innovadoras defensas costeras de Enrique VIII)

SOUTH FORELAND. muelle de Deal, frente al castillo con el mismo nombre (construido alrededor de 1539 como parte de las innovadoras defensas costeras de Enrique VIII)

Bridge of London at Night

someone pinned this as the London Bridge.however, this is, in fact, the Tower Bridge which is more awesome than the London Bridge, in my opinion. Still located in London though.

Eltham Palace and Gardens Acquired by the future Edward II in 1305, Eltham Palace was originally a large manor house with vast parkland. In ...

Eltham Palace and Gardens Acquired by the future Edward II in Eltham Palace was originally a large manor house with vast parkland.

This is the Tunnel of Flowers Walkway in the Gardens of Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace.

This is the Tunnel of Flowers Walkway in the Gardens of Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace. I've not seen wisteria in yellow

St Mawes Castle, Cornwall, England. Built in 1340 by King Henry VIII to protect the south coast of Cornwall

St Mawes Castle, Cornwall - Built in 1340 by Henry VIII to protect the south coast of Cornwall

In search of Henry VIII's final queen: Sudeley Castle, and the sad story of Katherine Parr

In search of Henry VIII's final queen: Sudeley Castle, and the sad story of Katherine Parr

THE BEAUTIFUL CARVED CEILING OF ROOD SCREEN THAT HENRY VIII COMMISSIONED IN HONOR OF HIS MARRIAGE TO ANNE BOLEYN. LOOK CLOSELY, YOU WILL SEE THEIR INITIALS, TIED WITH A LOVER'S KNOT AND ANNE'S EMBLEM, THE FALCON, PERCHED ON A TREE STUMP - WITH TUDOR FLOWER'S SPRINGING FORTH.  HENRY'S MEN IN WHICH HE ORDERED TO REMOVE "EVERY REMINDER OF HER" FAILED TO DO SO.

THE BEAUTIFUL CARVED CEILING OF ROOD SCREEN THAT HENRY VIII COMMISSIONED IN HONOR OF HIS MARRIAGE TO ANNE BOLEYN. LOOK CLOSELY, YOU WILL SEE THEIR INITIALS, TIED WITH A LOVER'S KNOT AND ANNE'S EMBLEM, THE FALCON, PERCHED ON A TREE STUMP - WITH TUDOR FLOWER'S SPRINGING FORTH. HENRY'S MEN IN WHICH HE ORDERED TO REMOVE "EVERY REMINDER OF HER" FAILED TO DO SO.

London Mews - In the Middle Ages the cage where a hawk might be put in during its moulting season was sometimes called a ‘mew’. Henry VIII kept his hawks in Charing Cross, roughly where the National Portrait Gallery stands today, and although he replaced the mews with stables for his horses, it kept its name of ‘The Mews’. From that time on ‘mews’ a plural word mostly used in the singular, became the name for any small street or yard in Georgian or Victorian London designed for stabling.

In the Middle Ages the cage where a hawk might be put in during its moulting season was sometimes called a ‘mew’. Henry VIII kept his hawks .

Hampton Court Palace, House of King Henry the VIII, UK

Dr David Starkey on Henry VIII: Houses made in Henry's image

Hampton Court Palace East Molesey, Surrey, United Kingdom Henry VIII’s palace

Whitby Abbey Sunset - beautiful.

Whitby Abbey, North Yorkshire, England (a ruined Benedictine abbey overlooking the North Sea on the East Cliff above Whitby.

HEVER CASTLE. Este castillo de doble foso del siglo XIII está rodeado por jardines premiados, incluyendo un laberinto para niños (la clave para salir de él es el orden de las esposas de Enrique VIII), y un laberinto acuático, formado por una serie de senderos de piedra sobre el agua

Hever Castle, Hever, near Edenbridge, Kent, UK was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. It began as a country house during the century. There are 125 acres of gardens to explore and reenactments from History like jousting.

Picturesque: The living room of the house looks out onto the grounds, which span 55 acres including a variety of orchards

The King's mansion: Inside the £5.5million priory owned by Henry VIII

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Hampton Court Palace - Queens Drawing room ceiling...

the queen's drawing room in Hampton Court Palace (England) How in the world could anyone get anything done in there? Its so deliciously distracting ;