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Kew Palace and Gardens, London
London’s Kew Palace and Gardens

“It’s good to be king!” announced the Austrian ruler in Amadeus. Well, it wasn’t so bad to be a wealthy merchant either. Kew Palace, known as Dutch House until 1827, was built in 1631 for the Dutch merchant Samuel Fortrey. Mr. Fortrey’s descendants wisely leased the Jacobean mansion to Queen Caroline in 1728 for 99 […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 18, 2021 Category : London Our World Cities Comments :
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