Winchester Palace (remains)
A wall of the 14th century Great Hall and stone tracery of a large rose window are all that remains of this ancient monument, the medieval Palace of the Bishops of Winchester. The Bishops of Winchester held important royal and state positions from the 12th century and required a London Palace to match their importance, a substantial palace developed around two courtyards and their extensive estate became known as the ‘liberty of the Clink’, deriving from the infamous Clink prison. The buildings were burnt down in the early 1800s.
Address: Clink Street, SE1
Website: Winchester Palace
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