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Title: A superlative palace Hampton Court Palace was England's most ...


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Hampton court palace
By Grace
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Hampton court palaces design
Here is the design of Hampton court palace at the
start
Hampton court palace was England's most
important palace of the Tudor time. From 1515
about 1521 the lord chancellor of England ,
Thomas Wolsey turned a middle aged manor in to a
palace that was thought of as excellent by people
of that time. By 1529 Henry VIII had begun a
process of rebuilding and remodelling which went
on for ten years.
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These are Hampton court palaces chimneys they are
the oldest part of the palace. They are patted
and had nothing fall off since it was built. The
chimneys are the first part of the palace to be
built in 1515.
The chimneys
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Facts
  • In 1523 Henry 8ths teacher John Skelton
    writes that kings court should have the
    excellence but Hampton court should be thought of
    as better than the kings court.
  • And in 1529 Henry 8ths Workmen take over
    the building works at Hampton court palace.
  • Also 1540 Henry 8th and Anne of Cleves are
    divorced it is signed at the palace.

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Timeline
  • 1984 Prince Charles speaks at Hampton Court
    Palace calls for a new harmony between
    imagination and taste and in the relationship
    between the architects and the people of this
    country.
  • 1760 George 3rd becomes king. He abandons
    Hampton Court as a royal building as it begins to
    divide up into grace and favour apartments.
  • 1838 Queen Victoria opens the gardens and state
    apartment to the public for free.

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The kitchen
  • The kitchen is an very important room in the
    court. This is were king Henry 8ths were busy
    working away making him food and drink. The was
    no stove in Tudor times so they cooked over a
    fire place instead.
  • This is the kitchen

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The chapel royal
  • In the chapel royal there were ancient
    stained glass windows. There are beautiful and
    long and shaped in a arch. They are in the great
    watching chamber. The chapel was used for
    religious ceremonies.

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THE GREAT HALL
  • The great hall has been know to sit 1,000
    people in long seats. The tables practically a
    bit shorter than the hall its self. There wasn't
    much room for them to get in and out because
    there was a lot of chairs with people sitting on
    them.

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The courtyard
  • The courtyard is a beautiful garden that has
    been described paradise. It has been cut directly
    to designer Thomas Wolsey's design. It was the
    last thing on there list but a lot of effort was
    put in to make it brilliant.

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Odds bits about Hampton court palace
Hampton court palace was designed by Thomas
Wolsey .
It was a middle aged manor.
The great hall was know as the best room of all.
King Henry 8th and his wife Anne got divorced in
the chapel royal.
The kitchen could feed up to 1,000 people.
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Thank you for watching I hope you enjoyed
learning about Hampton court palace as much as I
did!
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