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Whitehall & Big Ben, View from Trafalgar SquareTrafalgar Square was built at the northern extremity of Whitehall in the early 19th century. The southernmost part (by Parliament Square) is Parliament Street, but there is no longer
Busy Whitehall traffic with the clock tower housing Big Ben in the Whitehall & Big Ben, View from Trafalgar SquareTrafalgar Square was built at An engraving of Whitehall from St James' Park.The name is taken from Before the fire it had grown to be the largest palace in Engraving of the palace side of WhitehallThe Palace of Whitehall was largely Joris (or Georg) Hoefnagel (1542 –1601), The Palace of Whitehall,The King was Whitehall covered over twenty-three acres. On the western side of the palace The palace also included four tennis courts, two bowling-alleys, a cockpit, a Holbein Gates, Whitehall (demolished in the 17th century)Throughout Henry's lifetime the palace A Drawing of the Royal Palace of Whitehall from the ThamesThe Palace Hendrick Danckerts, The Old Palace of WhitehallAnne Boleyn's coronation feasts and jousts The Palace of Whitehall, London, Story Whitehall, London in 1669 from Count L. Magalotti, “Travels of Cosmo the Whitehall and its continuation Parliament Street are now roughly the breadth of Banqueting House, WhitehallThe Banqueting House was the only palace building spared by fire. Inigo Jones, Architect (1573-1652)A famous master architect of his time Inigo Jones A contemporaneous print showing the 1649 execution of Charles IIt was There is a memorial bas-relief on the Banqueting House indicating the site of the King’s execution. Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, The Banqueting House, WhitehallThus the Banqueting House is the Gerard Honckgeest, Charles I dining with his Queen in Whitehall Palace, talking
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Слайд 1 Busy Whitehall traffic with the clock

Busy Whitehall traffic with the clock tower housing Big Ben in tower housing Big Ben in the background.

it’s a street, the main artery running north from Parliament Square, towards Charring Cross at the southern end of Trafalgar Square.


Слайд 2 Whitehall & Big Ben, View from

Whitehall & Big Ben, View from Trafalgar SquareTrafalgar Square was built Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square was built at the northern extremity of Whitehall in the early 19th century. The southernmost part (by Parliament Square) is Parliament Street, but there is no longer any distinction between the two. Combined, the streets cover a total distance of about 1 km.


Слайд 3 An engraving of Whitehall from St

An engraving of Whitehall from St James' Park.The name is taken James' Park.

The name is taken from the vast Palace of Whitehall that used to occupy the area. The Palace of Whitehall was the main residence of the English monarchs in London from 1530 until 1698 when it was almost completely destroyed by fire.


Слайд 4 Before the fire it had grown

Before the fire it had grown to be the largest palace to be the largest palace in Europe, with over 1,500 rooms, overtaking the Vatican and Versailles.

The Old Palace of Whitehall by Hendrik Danckerts from St. James's Park


Слайд 5 Engraving of the palace side of

Engraving of the palace side of WhitehallThe Palace of Whitehall was Whitehall

The Palace of Whitehall was largely the creation of King Henry VIII, expanding an earlier mansion that had belonged to Cardinal Wolsey, originally known as York Place.


Слайд 6 Joris (or Georg) Hoefnagel (1542 –1601),

Joris (or Georg) Hoefnagel (1542 –1601), The Palace of Whitehall,The King The Palace of Whitehall,

The King was determined that his new palace should be the "biggest palace in Christendom", a place befitting his newly created status as the Supreme Head of the Church of England.


Слайд 7 Whitehall covered over twenty-three acres. On

Whitehall covered over twenty-three acres. On the western side of the the western side of the palace it housed the largest recreation centre of any Tudor palace.

Слайд 8 The palace also included four tennis

The palace also included four tennis courts, two bowling-alleys, a cockpit, courts, two bowling-alleys, a cockpit, a pheasant-yard and a gallery for viewing tournaments.

The Royal Palace of Whitehall Plan


Слайд 9 Holbein Gates, Whitehall (demolished in the

Holbein Gates, Whitehall (demolished in the 17th century)Throughout Henry's lifetime the 17th century)

Throughout Henry's lifetime the palace was filled with treasures; after his death it took eighteen months to catalogue all his goods.


Слайд 10 A Drawing of the Royal Palace

A Drawing of the Royal Palace of Whitehall from the ThamesThe of Whitehall from the Thames

The Palace of Whitehall was a joint project between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn who planned the palace to be their future marital home.


Слайд 11 Hendrick Danckerts, The Old Palace of

Hendrick Danckerts, The Old Palace of WhitehallAnne Boleyn's coronation feasts and Whitehall

Anne Boleyn's coronation feasts and jousts were held at the palace in 1533. By 1536 an act of Parliament gave the palace the official status as the king's chief residence.


Слайд 12 The Palace of Whitehall, London, Story

The Palace of Whitehall, London, Story

Слайд 13 Whitehall, London in 1669 from Count

Whitehall, London in 1669 from Count L. Magalotti, “Travels of Cosmo L. Magalotti, “Travels of Cosmo the Third, Grand Duke of Tuscany, through England during the Reign of King Charles the Second”

Whitehall was originally a wide road that ran up to the front of the palace. The Banqueting House is on the left. The Gateway across the street (Holbein Gates) has been removed.


Слайд 14 Whitehall and its continuation Parliament Street

Whitehall and its continuation Parliament Street are now roughly the breadth are now roughly the breadth of the section of the road in the foreground all the way to Parliament Square.

A view of Whitehall, looking south, in 1740


Слайд 15 Banqueting House, Whitehall
The Banqueting House was

Banqueting House, WhitehallThe Banqueting House was the only palace building spared by fire. the only palace building spared by fire.

Слайд 16 Inigo Jones, Architect (1573-1652)
A famous master

Inigo Jones, Architect (1573-1652)A famous master architect of his time Inigo architect of his time Inigo Jones designed the building He began the construction in 1619 and completed it in 1622.

Слайд 17 A contemporaneous print showing the

A contemporaneous print showing the 1649 execution of Charles IIt 1649 execution of Charles I

It was there, in front of the Banqueting House, Whitehall, that King Charles I was beheaded on the warrant of the Parliament in 1649.


Слайд 18 There is a memorial bas-relief on

There is a memorial bas-relief on the Banqueting House indicating the site of the King’s execution. the Banqueting House indicating the site of the King’s execution.

Слайд 19 Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, The Banqueting House,

Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, The Banqueting House, WhitehallThus the Banqueting House is Whitehall

Thus the Banqueting House is the only integral building of the complex now standing, although it has been somewhat modified.


Слайд 20 Gerard Honckgeest, Charles I dining with

Gerard Honckgeest, Charles I dining with his Queen in Whitehall Palace, his Queen in Whitehall Palace, talking to his friends, waited on by his great lords, courtiers, and privileged onlookers

The term Banqueting House was something of a misnomer. The hall within the house was in fact used not only for banqueting,