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A Royal Residence

A truly remarkable structure, Fulham Palace has served as a residence for the Bishops of London from the 11th century and for 1000 years since. However, even though Fulham was vacated in 1975, it is still owned by the Church of England, and is now open to the public and houses a museum detailing the history of the site. With the magnificent rooms, gallery and cafe/bar, Fulham Palace is an excellent destination for an afternoon jaunt.

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