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  1. 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.

  2. O Richmond Palace foi um palácio Real da Inglaterra entre 1327 e 1649. Ficava situado em The Green, em Richmond , um distrito do actual borough londrino de Richmond upon Thames . A primeira versão pré-Tudor do palácio ficou conhecida por Sheen Palace .

  3. 24 de mar. de 2022 · Seeing The Past Richmond Palace, much loved home to the Tudors and once a stunning grand palace but sadly only a gatehouse remains today. March 24, 2022 What you see today is the Tudor gatehouse built in 1501 by Henry VII which began as a substantial manor house in 1125 and became a royal manor house in 1327.

  4. Richmond Palace was a Tudor Palace, built by King Henry VII, on the banks of the River Thames in Surrey. It stood on the site of an old royal palace called Sheen, which was virtually destroyed by fire in 1497, and it was named after the King (who was known as The Earl of Richmond before he won the throne from King Richard III in the Battle of ...

  5. Richmond Palace Richmond Palace was built on the site of the old royal residence of Sheen (named from the Old English word for a 'beauty spot') in Surrey along the banks of the Thames.

  6. 22 de fev. de 2023 · Richmond Palace is a former royal residence in London’s Richmond upon Thames borough. King Henry VII built it in the 16th century, and it served as the primary residence of the English monarchs until the 18th century. The palace is now a Grade I listed structure that is open to the public for tours and special events.

  7. Richmond was founded following King Henry VII 's building in the 16th century of Richmond Palace (so-named in 1501), from which the town derives its name. (The palace itself commemorates King Henry's earldom of Richmond, North Yorkshire, the original Richmond.)