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1-4 Holborn Bars, Staple Inn1-4 Holborn Bars, Staple Inn
London, England, UK

Four chambers with later shops at 1-4 Holborn Bars. The rear of these buildings form Nos 4, 5 & 6 Staple Inn. Built 1586 for Vincent Engham, Principal of the Inn. A unique example in London of a Cl6 group of timber-framed houses.

Kimbolton CastleKimbolton Castle
Kimbolton, England, UK

Kimbolton Castle (now Kimbolton School) in Cambridgeshire is best known as the final home of Catherine of Aragon, following the annulment of her marriage to King Henry VIII.

The Church of St MaryThe Church of St Mary
Deerhurst, England, UK

This church near Gloucester is a mix of English architectural styles from Saxon to Tudor. Notable features include a Saxon spiral-carved font, Saxon sculptures and medieval stained glass.

Thornbury Castle, Inner Court
Thornbury, England, UK

All existing buildings begun 1510-1511. Inscription over Inner Gate reads: "This gate was begun the year of Oure Lorde God MCCCCCXI the ij yere of the reyne of Kynge Henri the VIIJ, by me Edw' Duc of Bukkyngha', Erle of Herforde, Stafforde and Northamto'". Building continued until 1521 (one stack is dated 1514) when the duke was executed.