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Winchester Palace Ruins, London, United Kingdom
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Clink St, Southwark SE1
London, United Kingdom
51° 30' 24.8'' N,
0° 5' 27.6'' W

Ancient Ruins
"Typical rose window, a vivid reminder of what used to be a palace."

Winchester palace used to have clergy residents back in the 13th century and that is probably why it is located near the Southwark Cathedral, which used to be a medieval priory. The typical rose window is a vivid reminder of what used to be a palace. Now it is just historic ruins.

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