Henry VIII's palaces - Henry VIII's palaces - Another Tudor Palace, Knole in Kent, gives an even better sense of the period. Henry was “ultra-fashionable” and his palaces were the most stylish in northern Europe.
Marlborough House es una mansión de Westminster, en Londres (Reino Unido). Fue construida para Sarah Churchill, duquesa de Marlborough, una amiga íntima de la reina Ana de Inglaterra. Fue diseñada por Christopher Wren y su hijo, y la obra culminó en 1711. // Aquí nació el rey Jorge V.
A home fit for a prince: Saudi prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd was reported to be selling his luxury London mansion in Kensington Palace Gardens - known as Billionaire's Row - which is estimated to be worth
Dalcross Castle built in 1620 for one of the daughters of the eighth Lord Lovat, chief of Clan Fraser. It was used by the Duke of Cumberland during the mustering of troops for the 1746 Battle of Culloden, and troops stayed in the castle or crossed it on their way to the battlefield. After falling into disrepair in the 19th century, the building was renovated in late Victorian times and restored to habitable accommodation, but had gradually become run-down.