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Interior of Inner Temple Gatehouse in Fleet Street
Interior of Inner Temple Gatehouse in Fleet Street
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Interior of Inner Temple Gatehouse in Fleet Street
A view of the interior of Prince Henry's Room showing the detail of the wood panelling, plaster ceiling and stained glass windows. This room is situated on the first floor of Inner Temple Gatehouse at 17 Fleet Street, City of London. The Gatehouse was originally built in 1610-11 but very much restored and rebuilt at later dates. It is believed the room was named after King James I's son Prince Henry who became Prince of Wales in 1610.
1890
London Metropolitan Archives
London Metropolitan Archives
X34: print only: no negative
69.0 FLE
SC_PHL_01_011_X34
Exact
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