Hampton Court Palace is a castle in far south-west London on the left bank of the River Thames
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Reculver was a village – now a deserted village – about five kilometres east of Herne Bay in the English county of Kent.
The bay of Eastbourne is remarkably fine; to the west extends a strong wall rising up to Beachy Head, and crowned with a lighthouse.
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Torquay is a town on the south coast of England, with exceptional beauty and climate.
The ancient city of Canterbury is chiefly remarkable for its churches, especially for its magnificent Cathedral, which is eight centuries old.
The view here given is taken from the south side of the Grass-Market. It exhibits that portion of the Castle which contained the Royal Apartments.