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Plaque: Royal Military Academy


The Royal Military Academy, 1720, attributed to Sir John Vanbrugh. Built on the site of the original Tudor Manor House, Tower Place, to provide the Board Room for the Officers of the Ordnance. The Royal Military Academy was housed here from 1741 to 1806, when it was removed to Woolwich Common, the building is now the Royal Arsenal Officers' Mess.

Site: Royal Military Academy (1 memorial)

SE18, Wellington Square, Woolwich Arsenal

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Royal Military Academy

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Royal Military Academy

Founded as an academy for the training of commissioned officers of the Royal ...

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Tower Place

In an area known as 'The Warren', the Tudor manor house 'Tower Place' along w...

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Sir John Vanbrugh

Playwright and architect. Born in the parish of St Nicholas Acons, London, of...

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