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  1. El Palacio de Hampton Court es un palacio real en el municipio londinense de Richmond upon Thames, Gran Londres, en el condado histórico de Middlesex, y dentro de la ciudad postal de East Molesey, Surrey; la Familia Real Británica no lo habita desde el siglo XVIII.

  2. Hampton Court Palace is a Grade I listed [2] royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, 12 miles (19.3 kilometres) south west and upstream of central London on the River Thames. The building of the palace began in 1514 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, the chief minister of King Henry VIII.

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    Hampton Court Castle, also known as Hampton Court, is a castellated country house in the English county of Herefordshire. The house is in the parish of Hope under Dinmore 4 miles south of Leominster and is a Grade I listed building, which is the highest category of architecture in the statutory protection scheme.

    Hampton Court dates from 1427. Sir Rowland Lenthall built the original house on an estate which had been granted to him some years previously on his marriage to the king's cousin Margaret Fitzalan, a daughter of the Earl of Arundel. Informally the grant occurred in the time of Henry Bolingbroke, as King Henry IV was due to the Wars of the Roses whi...

    It was owned by the noble Coningsby family from 1510 until 1781, when it was inherited by George Capel, Viscount Malden, son of the 4th Earl of Essex. He changed his name to Capel-Coningsby and remodelled the building to the designs of the architect James Wyatt. In 1810 the estate was purchased by John Arkwright, the grandson of the inventor and in...

    The gardens are a particular feature, and include an organically managed kitchen garden, as well as a maze, a secret tunnel, Dutch garden, island pavilions and a 150-year-old wisteria arch. Hampton Court has a 12-acre garden which was largely created by the Van Kampens and is open to the public throughout the summer months, and now offers special e...

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    Hampton Court Park, also known as Home Park, is a walled royal park managed by the Historic Royal Palaces. The park lies between the gardens of Hampton Court Palace and Kingston upon Thames and Surbiton in south west London, England, mostly within the post town of East Molesey, but with its eastern extremity within the post town of Kingston. In 201...

    Hampton Court Park is a walled deer park of around 700 acres, with a herd of fallow deer, and has been open to the public since 1894. Verges by the A308 road lightly scattered with deciduous trees line the northern wall. These trees, with few evergreens, continue across much of the park. It is documented Cardinal Wolsey inclosed with a wall about 2...

    The annual Hampton Court Flower Show is held in 25 acres of the park. It is organized by the Royal Horticultural Society and began in 1990. Many prefer it to the better known Chelsea Flower Show because there is more space, and plants and equipment can be bought at the show. As it is the world's most popular event of this type extensive traffic jam...

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  3. El tratado de Hampton Court de 1562 fue un acuerdo de colaboración firmado por la reina Isabel I de Inglaterra con el líder de los hugonotes franceses Luis I de Borbón-Condé en el marco de las guerras de religión de Francia el 22 de septiembre.