The World’s Greatest Palaces – 28 January 2021 – 28/1/2021 – Thursday – SBS
London’s Kensington Palace is an intimate residence that houses today’s modern royals. Hidden away in London’s Hyde Park, it began life as an early 17th century Jacobean mansion before becoming a palace fit for the monarchy. Today, half of Kensington Palace is open as a museum while the other half is split into private apartments for members of the royal family.
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