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Banqueting House, London

The Banqueting House is now all that remains of Tudor Whitehall Palace, the royal residence from 1530 till it was destroyed by fire in 1698.

The Banqueting House is now all that remains of Tudor Whitehall Palace, the royal residence from 1530 till it was destroyed by fire in 1698. Designed and built in 1619-1622 by the Neo-Classical architect Inigo Jones, it is renowned for its architecture, paintings and ceiling panels by Rubens which were commissioned by Charles I to depict the 'divine right' of kings. Ironically, it is famous for being the scene of Charles I's execution in 1649 at the end of the English Civil War.


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About Banqueting House

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