Interior of Horse Guards building in Horse Guards Parade
Interior of Horse Guards building in Horse Guards Parade
Interior of Horse Guards building in Horse Guards Parade
Passageway chimneypiece in the Horse Guards building, Horse Guards Parade, Westminster. Horse Guards was designed by William Kent and John Vardy, and built between 1750 and 1759 as a barracks and stables for the Household Cavalry, later becoming an important military headquarters. Still the headquarters of the Household Division, it is a Grade I listed building; list entry number: 1066100.
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