Niccoline Chapel
The Niccoline Chapel (Italian: Cappella Niccolina) is a chapel in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. It is especially notable for its fresco paintings by Fra Angelico (1447–1451) and his assistants...
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Episcopium
An Episcopium is the Latin word for an episcopal palace. It is a broad term used to signify an ecclesiastical figure and their administration. Episcopium emphasizes “an essential unity between his [th...
Cappella Paolina
The Cappella Paolina (Pauline Chapel) is a chapel in the Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. It is separated from the Sistine Chapel by the Sala Regia.
The chapel was commissioned in 1538 by the order...
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Château des Rohan (Mutzig)
The Château des Rohan ("Castle of the Rohan") is a former castle and weapons factory now serving as a museum and cultural centre in the French town of Mutzig, Bas-Rhin, Alsace. The castle, whose struc...
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Old Bishop's Palace in Oslo
The Old Bishop's Palace in Oslo was the residence of the Catholic bishops of Oslo. The palace was built like a fortified castle. The construction was begun around 1210 by the then bishop, Nikolas Arne...
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Scala Regia (Vatican)
Scala Regia ([ˈskaːla ˈreːɡia] and [ˈskaːla ˈreːdʒia]; English: Royal Staircase) is a flight of steps in the Vatican City and is part of the formal entrance to the Vatican. It was built by Antonio...
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Absalon's Castle
Absalon's Castle, (Danish: Absalons borg) was a fortification on the island of Slotsholmen in Copenhagen, located at the site of the later Copenhagen Castle and Christiansborg Palace. According to...
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Kinneddar Castle
Kinneddar Castle in Moray, Scotland was the residence of the bishops of Moray from c.1187 and its first documented incumbent was Bishop Richard (1187 – 1203).
Bishop Archibald enlarged or re...
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Kroměříž Archbishop's Palace
The Kroměříž Palace (German: Schloss Kremsier, Czech: Zámek Kroměříž or Arcibiskupský zámek) in Kroměříž, Czech Republic, used to be the principal residence of the bishops and (since 1777) arc...
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Mathern
2°41′30″W / 51.61818°N 2.6917°W / 51.61818; -2.6917Mathern (Welsh: Matharn; older form: Merthyr Tewdrig) is a historic village in Monmouthshire, south east Wales, about 3 ...
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Bishop's Palace, Lichfield
The Bishop's Palace is a 17th-century building situated in the north east corner of the Cathedral Close in Lichfield, Staffordshire in the United Kingdom.The current building replaced a medieval Bisho...
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Electoral Palace
Electoral Palace or Elector's Palace may refer to any of the palaces of one of the German Holy Roman Empire's Prince-electors:
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Fetternear Palace
Fetternear Bishop's Palace is an archaeological site of what was one of the palaces (or residences) of the medieval bishops of Aberdeen. it is near Kemnay in Aberdeenshire. Later, a ruined towerhouse ...
St John's College, University of Sydney
St John's College, or the College of St John the Evangelist, is a residential college within the University of Sydney.Established in 1857, the college is the oldest Roman Catholic, and second-oldest o...
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Cuddesdon Palace
Cuddesdon Palace was the episcopal palace for the Bishop of Oxford, located near the village of Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, England.The palace was erected by John Bancroft, a 17th-century Bishop of Oxford...
Papal Apartments
The Papal Apartments is the non-official designation for the collection of apartments, both private and state, that wrap around a courtyard (the Courtyard of Sixtus V, Cortile di Sisto V) on two sides...
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Oslo Ladegård
Oslo Ladegård, also known as Ladegården or Old Bishop's Palace in Oslo, is a building in Gamlebyen in Oslo, Norway.The name comes from this area being used for unloading ships with supplies for Akersh...
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Palace of Tau
The Palace of Tau (French: Palais du Tau) in Reims, France, was the palace of the Archbishop of Reims. It is associated with the kings of France, whose coronation was held in the nearby cathedra...
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Palais Rohan, Strasbourg
The Palais Rohan (Rohan Palace) is one of the most important buildings in the city of Strasbourg in Alsace, France. It represents not only the high point of local baroque architecture, according to wi...
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Hartlebury Castle
Hartlebury Castle, a Grade I listed building, in Worcestershire, central England, was built in the mid-13th century as a fortified manor house on land given to the Bishop of Worcester by King Burg...
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Rohan Castle
Rohan Castle (French: Château des Rohan, German: Rohan-Schloss), also known as Château Neuf (New Castle), is an eighteenth century neoclassical palace in the city of Saverne in Alsace, France. It was ...
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Bishop's Palace, Kirkwall
The Bishop's Palace, Kirkwall was built at the same time as the adjacent St Magnus Cathedral in the centre of Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland, was being constructed, and housed the cathedral's first bishop...
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Summer Archbishop's Palace
The Summer Archbishop's Palace or Summer Archiepiscopal Palace (Slovak: Letný arcibiskupský palác, Hungarian: érseki nyári palota) is a palace in Bratislava which houses the government of Slov...
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Verkiai Palace
Verkiai Palace (Lithuanian: Verkių rūmai) is an 18th-century neoclassical mansion in Verkiai, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Until the end of the 14th century this place was a property of the Grand Dukes...
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