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Royal Chapel of All Saints

The Royal Chapel of All Saints or Queen Victorias Chapel is a Grade II listed church in the grounds of the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, England. The chapel is situated in the grounds of Royal Lodge. The chapel is a Royal Peculiar ...

                                               

St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle

St. Georges Chapel at Windsor Castle in England is a chapel built in high-medieval Gothic style. It is both a Royal Peculiar, a church under the direct jurisdiction of the monarch, and the Chapel of the Order of the Garter. It is located in the L ...

                                               

Barnwell Manor

Barnwell Manor is a Grade II listed country estate near the village of Barnwell, about 2.5 miles south of Oundle, in Northamptonshire, England. The historic former home of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, as of 2017 it was occupied by Windsor ...

                                               

Palace of Beaulieu

The Palace of Beaulieu BEW -lee) is a former Royal Palace in Boreham, Essex, England, north-east of Chelmsford. The surviving part is a Grade I listed building. The property is currently occupied by New Hall School.

                                               

Brantridge Park

Brantridge Park, Balcombe, West Sussex, England is a 19th-century country house, formerly one of the lesser royal residences. The house and grounds replaced Brantridge farmhouse and farm. Sir Robert Loder acquired the estate in 1849, and by 1874, ...

                                               

Crocker End House

Crocker End House in Nettlebed in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England is a spacious Victorian home built to replace Nettlebeds prosperous rectory in about 1870. It was bought by the Duke and Duchess of Kent in December 1989.

                                               

Gloucester House

Gloucester House or Gloucester Lodge is a former royal residence on the esplanade in the seaside resort of Weymouth on the south coast of England. It was the summer residence of Prince William Henry Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, fourth son of ...

                                               

Goldsborough Hall

Goldsborough Hall is a Jacobean stately home located in the village of Goldsborough, North Yorkshire, England. It is a member of the Historic Houses Association. The house itself is a Grade II* listed building. The Hall was built for Sir Richard ...

                                               

Greenwich Castle

Greenwich Castle was a hunting lodge used during the reign of Henry VIII, located in Greenwich Park, in Greenwich, England. The Royal Observatory, Greenwich now stands on the site. Greenwich Castle was apparently a favourite place for Henry VIII ...

                                               

Ivy Cottage

Ivy Cottage is a house in the grounds of Kensington Palace in London, England. It is a grace-and-favour property which once housed servants, but as of April 2018, is home to Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank. Before her marriage P ...

                                               

Llwynywermod

Llwynywermod, also known as Llwynywormwood, is an estate owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park in Carmarthenshire, Wales. The 192-acre estate is near the village of Myddfai, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.

                                               

Nether Lypiatt Manor

Nether Lypiatt Manor is a compact, neo-Classical manor house in the mainly rural parish of Thrupp, near Stroud in Gloucestershire. It was formerly the country home of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and is a Grade I listed building.

                                               

Norfolk House

Norfolk House, 31 St Jamess Square, Westminster, was built in 1748–52 as his London townhouse by Edward Howard, 9th Duke of Norfolk to the design of Matthew Brettingham, "the Elder", and was demolished in 1938. His country house and main seat was ...

                                               

Nottingham Cottage

Nottingham Cottage is a house in the grounds of Kensington Palace in London. As a grace-and-favour property, the house has been frequently occupied by members of the British royal family, as well as staff and employees.

                                               

Ribsden Holt

Ribsden Holt is a former royal residence at Windlesham, Surrey Heath, Surrey, England, for part of the 20th century used by minor royalty, built in the late 1870s. The building is set back behind a long drive and former outbuildings once for esta ...

                                               

Tamarisk, Isles of Scilly

Tamarisk, or Tamarisk House, is a house belonging to Charles, Prince of Wales, on St Marys in the Isles of Scilly, in the United Kingdom off the coast of Cornwall. The house is a cottage built in brick in the mid 1960s, standing in a plot of a qu ...

                                               

Woking Palace

Woking Palace is a former manor house of the Royal Manor of Woking on the outskirts of Woking, near the village of Old Woking, Surrey. The manor was in the gift of the Crown, and was held by numerous nominees of the Crown until 1466 when Lady Mar ...

                                               

Wood Farm

Wood Farm is a farmhouse set in a secluded corner of the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England. It is sometimes used by members of the British Royal Family. Prince John, the youngest son of George V, resided at Wood Farm from 1917 until his deat ...

                                               

Woodstock Palace

Woodstock Palace was a royal residence in the English town of Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Henry I of England built a hunting lodge here and in 1129 he built 7 miles 11 km of walls to create the first enclosed park, where lions and leopards were kept. ...

                                               

Wren House

Wren House is a house in the grounds of Kensington Palace in London. Wren House has been occupied by Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, one of Queen Elizabeth IIs cousins, since 1978. When Kensington Palace was made the Royal Residence, architect Chris ...

                                               

Earl of Carrick

Earl of Carrick or Mormaer of Carrick is the title applied to the ruler of Carrick, subsequently part of the Peerage of Scotland. The position came to be strongly associated with the Scottish crown when Robert the Bruce, who had inherited it from ...

                                               

Succession to the Crown Bill

Succession to the Crown Bill may refer to the following pieces of legislation introduced in the United Kingdom: Succession to the Crown Bill 2011, a private members bill introduced under the Ten Minute Rule by Keith Vaz to establish absolute prim ...

                                               

Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales was a title held by native Welsh princes before the 12th century; the term replaced the use of the word king. One of the last Welsh princes, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, was killed in battle in 1282 by Edward I, King of England, who inve ...

                                               

UK Citizens Online Democracy

UK Citizens Online Democracy is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1076346. At present, UKCODs main activity is running the mySociety project. mySociety builds websites which give people simple, tangible benefits in the civic and c ...

                                               

Henry Redford

Sir Henry Redford or Retford was a Knight of the Shire, Sheriff of Lincolnshire and the Speaker of the House of Commons. In 1384 he served on a number of royal commissions and was knighted. After serving with Richard II on an ill-fated Scottish c ...

                                               

James Keating

Sir James Keating was an Irish cleric and statesman of the fifteenth century. He was Prior of the Irish house of the Knights Hospitallers at Kilmainham, and a member of the Privy Council of Ireland. Despite his political eminence he was a man of ...

                                               

Theophilus Jones (soldier)

Sir Theophilus Jones was a Welsh-Irish soldier and government official from a powerful Protestant family of clerics, soldiers, and landowners. Jones was the second son of Lewis Jones, Bishop of Killaloe, his mother Mabel Ussher was a sister of Ar ...

                                               

11th Infantry Brigade and Headquarters South East

The 11th Infantry Brigade and Headquarters South East is a regular British Army brigade formation that is part of the Armys Adaptable Force meaning it has operational units under command, as well as regional responsibilities across the South East ...

                                               

List of units and formations of the British Army 2019

The British Army as a result of the Army 2020 Refine reforms are organised into two main commands, Field Army and Home Command, each commanded by a lieutenant general.

                                               

Military Stabilisation Support Group

The Military Stabilisation Support Group is a British Army unit tasked with civil-military work in conflict zones or unstable areas. It is a hybrid unit consisting of both regular and reservist soldiers of all branches of the British armed forces ...

                                               

Royal Lancers

The Royal Lancers is a cavalry regiment of the British Army. The regiment was formed by an amalgamation of The Queens Royal Lancers and 9th/12th Royal Lancers on 2 May 2015. It serves as the Formation Reconnaissance Regiment of the 12th Armoured ...

                                               

King of Wales

King of Wales was a very rarely used title, because Wales, much like Ireland, never achieved a degree of political unity, like that of England or Scotland during the Middle Ages. While many different leaders in Wales claimed the title of King of ...

                                               

Tywysog

Tywysog, in modern Welsh, means "Prince", but historically it referred to a broader category of rulers. The feminine form is Tywysoges. The work Brut y Tywysogion is the Annals of the Princes of Wales and is a historical narrative of the deeds of ...

                                               

United States Capitol Complex

The United States Capitol Complex is a group of about a dozen buildings and facilities in Washington, D.C., that are used by the U.S. Federal government. The buildings and grounds within the complex are managed and supervised by the Architect of ...

                                               

U.S. Capitol Gatehouses and Gateposts

The U.S. Capitol Gatehouses and Gateposts - designed circa 1827 by celebrated architect Charles Bulfinch - originally stood on the grounds of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. Two of the gatehouses are listed on the National Register ...

                                               

Capitol Reflecting Pool

The Capitol Reflecting Pool is a reflecting pool in Washington, D.C., United States. It lies to the west of the United States Capitol and is the westernmost element of the Capitol grounds. The Capitol Dome and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial are re ...

                                               

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site

The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, administered by the National Park Service, is located at 1411 W Street, SE, in Anacostia, a neighborhood east of the Anacostia River in Southeast Washington, D.C. Established in 1988 as a National Hi ...

                                               

Federal Triangle

The Federal Triangle is a triangular area in Washington, D.C. formed by 15th Street NW, Constitution Avenue NW, Pennsylvania Avenue NW, and E Street NW. Federal Triangle is occupied by 10 large city and federal office buildings, all of which are ...

                                               

Lafayette Building (Washington, D.C)

The Lafayette Building, also known as Export-Import Bank Building, is a federal government office building at 811 Vermont Avenue NW in Washington, D.C. Completed in 1940, it was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2005. Its landmark designat ...

                                               

Latrobe Gate

The Latrobe Gate is a historic gatehouse located at the Washington Navy Yard in Southeast Washington, D.C. Built in 1806 and substantially altered in 1881, the ceremonial entrance to the U.S. Navys oldest shore establishment is an example of Gree ...

                                               

Main Navy and Munitions Buildings

The Main Navy and Munitions Buildings were constructed in 1918 along Constitution Avenue on Washington, D.C.s National Mall, to provide temporary quarters for the United States Military. Both buildings were constructed by the Navys Bureau of Yard ...

                                               

NASA Headquarters

Two Independence Square, better known as NASA Headquarters, is a low-rise building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. The building houses NASA leadership who provide overall guidance and directio ...

                                               

Washington Navy Yard

The Washington Navy Yard is the former shipyard and ordnance plant of the United States Navy in Southeast Washington, D.C. It is the oldest shore establishment of the U.S. Navy. The Yard currently serves as a ceremonial and administrative center ...

                                               

Trowbridge House

The Trowbridge House is a historic building located in Washington, D.C., that is currently being renovated to serve as a presidential residence, specifically for the use of former Presidents of the United States while visiting the capital city. T ...

                                               

William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building

The William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building is a complex of several historic buildings located in the Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C., across 12th Street, NW from the Old Post Office. The complex now houses the headquarters of the Environ ...

                                               

Winder Building

The Winder Building is an office building in Washington, D.C., just west of the White House. It is located at 604 17th Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C.

                                               

Northern Great Basin Experimental Range

The Northern Great Basin Experimental Range is a large, livestock range operated by the Oregon State Universitys Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center and the United States Department of Agricultures Agricultural Research Service. The range ...

                                               

United Brick Corporation Brick Complex

The United Brick Corporation Brick Complex, also known as the New York Avenue Brick Kilns, is an historic industrial site. It is located at 2801 New York Avenue, Northeast, Washington, D.C. within the United States National Arboretum. The kilns a ...

                                               

1 Memorial Drive

1 Memorial Drive is the headquarters complex of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The 618.000 square foot complex consisting of a 14-story tower and two-story base containing its cash processing and operations facilities was designed by Pe ...

                                               

R.A. Long Building

In 1906, R.A. Longs Long-Bell Lumber Company had outgrown the office space in the Keith & Perry Building. Expanding operations and the need for a larger headquarters resulted in the construction of the R.A. Long Building, completed in 1907. This ...

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