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The site has been a residence of the Bishops of London since AD 704, when Bishop?Waldhere?acquired the Manor of Fulham ? a vast estate covering most of Hammersmith, Fulham, Acton,?Ealing?and?Finchley. As bishops were called ?Princes of the Church? the estate became known as Fulham Palace.
During the mid-13th?century the original manor house was abandoned.?The foundations of the current house start at this time. Over the past 750 years the house has evolved as different Bishops carried out building works, from remodelling the great hall to demolishing the Tudor state wing.??This has created an interesting mixture of?architectural styles?which reflect changing fashions and the differing needs of the Bishops and their families.
Fulham?is an area of the?London?Borough of Hammersmith and?Fulham?in South West?London,?England, 3.7 miles (6.0 ... In effect, as is geographically clear,?Fulham Palace, for nine centuries the ..... Gone are Burne-Jones's 'Grange' in W14 and Foote's 'Hermitage' villa and park as is Lovibond's Cannon Brewery in?SW6.
168-188 Fulham Palace Rd, Hammersmith, London W6 9PA, UK