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  1. A parte original do palácio, do século XVII, foi construída na aldeia de Kensington, como, Nottingham House, para o Conde de Nottingham.Esta foi comprada ao seu herdeiro, o qual era Secretário de Estado de Guilherme III de Inglaterra, em 1689, pelo próprio Rei, que queria ter uma residência em Londres, mas longe do fumarento ar da capital, uma vez que era asmático.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AlhambraAlhambra - Wikipedia

    The private, internalised universe of the Palacio de Los Leones (Palace of the Lions) adjoins the public spaces at right angles (see Plan illustration) but was originally connected only by the function of the Royal Baths, the Eye of Aixa's Room serving as the exquisitely decorated focus of meditation and authority overlooking the refined garden of Lindaraja/Daraxa toward the city.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Savoy_PalaceSavoy Palace - Wikipedia

    Savoy Palace. In the Middle Ages, although there were many noble palaces within the walls of the City of London, the most desirable location for housing the nobility was the Strand, which was the greatest part of the ceremonial route between the City and the Palace of Westminster, where the business of parliament and the royal court was transacted.

  4. Carlos Estuardo nació en el palacio de Dunfermline, el 19 de noviembre de 1600, siendo el segundo hijo varón de los nueve vástagos de Jacobo VI de Escocia y I de Inglaterra y Ana de Dinamarca. Fue un niño subdesarrollado que todavía no podía caminar o hablar a la edad de tres años.

  5. Palacio los Marqueses de Legarda. Palacio situado cerca del Revellín en la calle Barriocepo actualmente se localiza en su interior la escuela oficial de arquitectos de La Rioja. Debajo de este se localiza un calado del mismo siglo que el palacio, siglo XVIII. Casa-Palacio de los Fernández de Ástiz.

  6. 29/03/2021 · Dunfermline, Scotland . Died 1 May 1118 (aged 38) Westminster Palace . Burial Westminster Abbey . Matilda of Scotland[1] (born Edith; c. 1080 – 1 May 1118) was the first wife and queen consort of Henry I. '''Early life''' Matilda was born around 1080 in Dunfermline, the daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland and Saint Margaret.

  7. Google Street View é um recurso do Google Maps e do Google Earth que disponibiliza vistas panorâmicas de 360° na horizontal e 290° na vertical e permite que os usuários (utilizadores) vejam partes de algumas regiões do mundo ao nível do chão/solo.