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Fulham Palace was the former retreat of the Bishops of London till 1973, and has a 19th century Tudor Revival chapel.
Fulham Palace was the former retreat of the Bishops of London till 1973, and has a 19th century Tudor Revival chapel. It now includes Bishop's Park and is a lovely green area with a rose garden in a heavily built part of London as well as home to some important historic buildings. It also has a museum which charts the history of the palace back to the 11th century.
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