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Hammer Beam roof at Hampton Court Palace.

Hampton Court Palace - hammer beam roof of the great hall. Installed by King Henry VIII when he took ownership of the palace.

The Royal Chapel ~ Hampton Court Palace, England. The timber and plaster ceiling of the Chapel is considered the "most important and magnificent in Britain", but is all that remains of the Tudor decoration, after redecoration supervised by Sir Christopher Wren. The altar is framed by a massive but plain oak reredos with garlands carved by Grinling Gibbons during the reign of Queen Anne.

The Royal Chapel, Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey, United Kingdom

The Wolsey Closet, The Georgian Rooms, Hampton Court Palace

The Wolsey Closet, The Georgian Rooms, Hampton Court Palace, originally the palace was owned by Cardinal Wolsey. Once Henry VIII disavowed Wolsey because of his displeasure regarding his divorce issue.

Hampton Court Palace, the front door. The Tudor palace of Henry VIII. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampton_Court_Palace

Visit Hampton Court Palace, the front door. The Tudor palace of Henry VIII.

Hampton Court -  Home of Henry VIII

Hampton Court Palace, Hampton, England - lived within walking distance for several years.

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