Tower of London By: Vaghul Sivakumar

Armory, Prison, And Queens Residence
Crown Jewels
Illegitimate Princes
  • Prince Edward V and Richard
Anne Boleyn
  • Mother of Queen Elizabeth
The Ill-fated Colony
  • Sir Walter Raleigh, Roanoke, 13 years
World Heritage Site
Ghosts of the Tower
Almost a Millennium!

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