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Kew Palace (Kew)

Kew Palace is a historic site at Kew in Greater London, formerly Surrey.

This charming Jacobean palace was built as a private house, known as the Dutch House, and was used as a Royal residence and country retreat between 1728 and 1818, most notably by George III and his family.

The neighbouring Queen Charlotte`s Cottage, built in 1770, is where his widow died in 1818.

It is now in the care of Historic Royal Palaces.

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