Fulham Palace is restored

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Fulham Palace is restored

Fulham Palace, which has been home to the Bishops of London for nearly 1400 years has been restored to its former glory.

Costing nearly 4 million pounds with a third of that being donated by the National Lottery Heritage fund - the palace will showcase a new museum and historic rooms that have never been opened to the public until now.

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