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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. Os Reais Jardins Botânicos de Kew ou Jardins de Kew (em inglês Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ou Kew Gardens), são dos mais extensos, antigos e prestigiosos jardins botânicos do mundo. Os Kew Gardens, como em geral são conhecidos, constituem um grande complexo de jardins, arboretos e estufas situados num vasto parque localizado entre Kew e Richmond upon Thames , na periferia sudoeste de Londres .

  3. Kew Palace is open daily from 11.00 (Last entry 16.00). The Great Pagoda at Kew is open daily from 11.00 (Last entry 16.00). Climbing the Pagoda requires a separate ticket, which can be booked here .

  4. Richmond Palace was a royal residence on the River Thames in England which stood in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Situated in what was then rural Surrey, it lay upstream and on the opposite bank from the Palace of Westminster, which was located nine miles (14 km) to the north-east.

  5. Palace. Palácio Nacional de Sintra. The star of Sintra-Vila is this palace, with its iconic twin conical chimneys and lavish, whimsical interior, which is a mix of Moorish and Manueline styles, with arabesque courtyards, barley-twist columns and 15th- and 16th-century geometric azulejos that are among Portugal’s oldest.

  6. Además, otro monumento que es impresionante es la Torre de Londres así como el Tower Bridge, el Museo Británico, Hyde Park, la Abadía y el Palacio de Westminster, Trafalgar Square, recorre el río Támesis, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street, el Soho, St. James's Park, el barrio de Notting Hill, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew o el barrio de ...

  7. 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. It was located at Greenwich on the south bank of the River Thames, downstream from London.