Saint Anne's Parish Church Kew Green,Richmond London

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Originally built in 1714, on land given by Queen Anne[1] as a church within the parish of Kingston, St. Anne's Church has been extended several times since, as the settlement of Kew grew with royal patronage. In 1770, King George III undertook to pay for the first extension. The church became a parish church in its own right in 1788. In 1805, a new south aisle, designed by Robert Browne,[2] was added, along with a gallery for the royal family's own use. Under King William IV it was further extended in 1837 by Jeffry Wyattville.[2] A mausoleum designed by the architect Benjamin Ferrey[2] was added in 1851 and an eastern extension in 1882. Further extensions occurred in 1902, 1979 and 1988.[3]

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Kostia Semytskyi on September 11, 2012

Interesting! Like 20.
Greeting from Ukraine. Kostia

Antoni F. on September 12, 2012

wonderful church and fiiiiiine clarity! LK

              best regards
Dušan Railfan on September 15, 2012


Thanasis Germanos on September 15, 2012

Excellent picture . LIKE Greetings Thanasis

dana ciszewska on September 16, 2012

Majestic architecture.L.Greetings.Dana

elakramine on September 22, 2012

Great shot !!!!


Greetings, elakramine

Ivan Logvinov on September 24, 2012

Marvelous cathedral!
Friendly greetings from Russia!

новосивачки on October 1, 2012

Beautiful photo,L 27,greetings from Serbia,Milan!!!

khoi tranduc on October 8, 2012

Very nice photo! Like!

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    by IsabellaJ
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