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Henry V And Catherine De Valois

It was made use of by the royal family and their visitors for riding and hunting deer. The Palace of Placentia, also known as Greenwich Palace,was an English royal residence that was initially constructed by Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, in 1443. It was positioned at Greenwich on the south bank of the River Thames, downstream from London. On a hill behind the palace he built Duke Humphrey’s Tower, later known as Greenwich Castle it was subsequently demolished to make way for the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, which survives. The heirs of those who had suffered in the final reign had been...