Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Trinity House

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Trinity House is an organisation dedicated to the welfare of seafarers and was Incorporated by King Henry VIII in 1536. The construction of Trinity House began in 1505 and the existing buildings include the 1505 private Brethren's Chapel, the 1800 Entrance Hall and the 1721 Banqueting Hall. This photo was taken from the courtyard.
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2 comments:

  1. Beautiful building, and beautifully-composed photo. Love the red doors. Living in this country it's so hard to get my head around buildings that old that are still standing much less being used!

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  2. Wow. I can't belive the age of your buildings even after seeing many in person. Everything in Tampa, Florida U.S.A. is SO new. Thanks for sharing.

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