When was Buckingham Palace built?


Buckingham Palace was originally built in 1702 as the London home of the Duke of Buckingham and was simply called Buckingham House. It was later purchased by George III in 1762 to be used as one of the royal family's London homes. In 1837, Queen Victoria made Buckingham Palace the royal family's principal London residence.
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Buckingham Palace was built as a town house by the Duke of Buckingham in 1702 and sold to King George III in 1761. Remodelling of the rear of the palace by Nash in 1820, virtually
Buckingham Palace wasn't even designed as a palace, it was originally built in 1702 as the
To house the Duke of Buckingham. It was then acquired by George III, adapted by various architects including Nash and Blore. The famous facade with the balcony was unknown to Queen
Buckingham Palace was originally built in 1702 as the home of the Duke of Buckingham and was called Buckingham House. It is situated in Westminster.
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Details: Built in 1703
Buckingham Palace is the Queen of England’s official London residence. It was initially Buckingham House, owned and built by the Duke of Buckingham as his home in 1703, but was transformed in the 1820s into the palace. The eastern wing was the last to be built in 1840, added by Queen Victoria to provide extra space for her family.
Buckingham palace is the official London residence for the sovereign and royalty in Britain. It was built by the Duke of Buckingham in 1702. The Duke?s son sold the house to George 3 in 1761. It was renamed to ?Queen?s house? as Queen Charlotte resided there in 1774. It was finally renamed to Buckingham palace after it was passed to George 4 in 1820.
Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of the sovereign was built in 1702 when the Duke of Bukingham had it built as his London home
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