Lambeth Palace (London)
Lambeth Palace is a historic building in London.
It is situated on the South bank of the River Thames, close to Lambeth Bridge.
Dating back to the 13th century, the palace has been throughout this period the London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It is still the scene of conferences and visits by important persons.
It was extensively rebuilt during the 19th century, and suffered bomb damage during the Second World War.
The Lollards` Tower is 15th century, as is the Gatehouse, while the Chapel Crypt dates back to the 13th century.