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Henry VIII's tapestries at Hampton Court palace. Tapestries were so expensive that one was worth the same amount as a warship like the Mary Rose. These are made using silver and gold threads. History Of England, Tudor History, European History, British History, Casa Tudor, Dinastia Tudor, Anne Boleyn, Rey Enrique Viii, Marie Tudor
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a trail of coffee rings

Check here for more info about my trip and the historical background here! ^^All of the tapestries in the palace are washed in a giant, special washing machine on the grounds. Apparently, tapestries are sent all around the world to Hampton Court for restoration and to be cleaned.^^ ^^"Um, hi! King Henry? Can we... um... take a picture? Please?"^^ ^^My flatmate found the ghost of Catherine Howard, Henry VIII's 5th wife.^^