Fulham Palace

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Fulham Palace in London, England, is of medieval origin and was the main residence of the Bishop of London from the eighteenth century until 1973. It is accessed from Fulham Palace Road close to the northern end of Putney Bridge. Part of the Palace grounds were converted in allotments during World War II and they have remained in use since then allowing local people to grow their own vegetables, fruit and flowers.

The grounds are open to the public daily.


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