Plaque

Kennington Palace

Kennington Palace
Kennington Palace
Inscription

Kennington Palace stood here from c. 1350 - 1531 built by the first Duke of Cornwall later called The Black Prince.

Site: Kennington Palace (1 memorial)

SE11, Kennington Lane, 154 - 182, Edinburgh House

Diamond Geezer reports "... the triangle of land bounded by Kennington Lane, Cardigan Street and Sancroft Street remains under the control of the Duchy of Cornwall to this day .."

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Kennington Palace

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Kennington Palace

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Edward the Black Prince

Edward, Duke of Cornwall and Prince of Wales and Aquitaine. Eldest son of Kin...

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