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Why was Westminster Hall built? Find out more about the fascinating early history of the Hall
What were the King's Seat and Table? Who used them? Learn about these medieval symbols of royal authority
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How did Richard II transform Westminster Hall into an expression of sacred kingship?
What restoration works were carried out to Westminster Hall during the 18th and 19th centuries? And how did the Hall survive the great fire of 1834?
How did death-watch beetle pose a significant threat to the ancient fabric of the Hall? Find out more about the restoration of Westminster Hall since the fire of 1834
Discover how Westminster Hall survived an air raid at the height of the Blitz during the Second World War
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The present-day Palace of Westminster, or the Houses of Parliament as it is also known, was constructed after a great fire in 1834. Find out more about its architecture and the history of the buildings that stood on the estate before the fire.
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