Greenwich Palace

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Greenwich Palace
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(large pics on left and small pics & text on the right.)
<a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Greenwich</a>
Tudor Greenwich

Palace Placentia
The last surviving part of the original Greenwich Palace
Modern Greenwich
Greenwich Today
Massive oak tree in Greenwich Park called "<a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Queen Elizabeth's Oak</a>" - it is believed that Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn used to meet under this tree and later Princess Elizabeth would play under its shade
Principal residence of the Henry VII, it was known as "Palace Placentia" or "Palace of Pleasurance" since the time of Queen Margaret of Anjou. Three Tudor monarchs were born at Greenwich: Henry VIII, Mary I and Elizabeth I. Prince Arthur and Edmund were also born at Greenwich. First built in 1427, Henry VII added his own structure which no longer stands that is now occupied by the Royal Naval College. Since late 2005 exciting archaeological excavation has taken place and experts have discovered the foundations of the original Tudor Chapel and Vestry.
Tudor Historical Locations - The Tudors Wiki
"On this site stood the Tudor Palace of Greenwich built by Henry VII. Birthplace of Henry VIII in 1491 and his daughters Mary I in 1516 and Elizabeth I in 1533"
Tudor Historical Locations - The Tudors Wiki
<a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Archaeology of Tudor Greenwich Chapel</a>
<a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">History of Greenwich</a>
St. Alfege Church

Nearby St. Alfege Church where Henry VIII was baptised
Tudor Historical Locations - The Tudors Wiki
Greenwich PalaceIn 2006 the remains of the chapel royal at Henry VII’s Greenwich Palace were discovered by Museum of London Archaeology. In this chapel Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves on 6th January 1540. The chapel royal can be seen in the photograph with its original Tudor tile floor. - David Saxby