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Buckingham Palace 1837.

English: An engraving of Buckingham Palace by J Woods after a picture by Hablot Browne and R Garland, published in 1837. This shows the palace as built for George IV with Marble Arch as the front gate.
Deutsch: Dieser 1837 veröffentlichte Stich von J. Woods (nach einem Bild von Hablot Browne and R. Garland) zeigt den Buckingham-Palast, wie er für den 1830 verstorbenen Georg IV. errichtet worden war – mit dem (später versetzten) Marble Arch (links) als Eingangstor.


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