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The main residence of the British Royal Family in London.
Now a world famous museum in Paris, it was the French Royal Family's residence till 1682.
This palace complex housed centuries of Chinese emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is now a large museum.
This palace outside Paris housed the French Monarchy from 1682 to till the French Revolution. It was built by Louis XIV. It is now a Museum.
This palace in St. Petersburg was the residence of the Tsars of Russia and was infamously the site of the Bloody Sunday massacre in the Russian Revolution and was later stormed.
The Arab Nasrid Dynasty converted this fort into a palace as a residence for its Emirs. It is located in Granada, Spain.
King Phillip II of Spain built this palace as a residence for the Spanish Monarchy and as a monastery. It is located just outside the capital, Madrid.
This palace is the largest in the world with 257 bathrooms and 200,000m squared of floor space. It is the residence of the sultan of Brunei.
This palace was the residence of the sultans of the Ottoman empire for roughly 400 years. It is a very large palace in Istanbul.
The Doges of Venice lived in this Gothic palace for centuries.
This romanesque palace was the residence of the Medici Family briefly before being the seat of the council of the Republic of Florence when it was a city-state.
This rococo and baroque palace was a residence for the wife of Frederick I of Prussia and was later used by Frederick the Great. It was damaged in the bombings of Berlin in WW2.
This palace was designed for the Bishop-Princes in Southern Germany and is in baroque style.
This palace in Croatia was built in 300 A.D in classical style for a Roman emperor.
This now ruined palace was built by the Incas high in the Andes and was only discovered in the early 20th century.
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