Royal Hospital Chelsea, 18th century

Royal Hospital Chelsea, 18th century

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Caption: Royal Hospital Chelsea. 18th century engraving of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, London. The Royal Hospital was founded by King Charles II in 1682 as a retirement and nursing home for former soldiers. The Hospital continues this work to this day. The grounds host the annual Chelsea Flower Show. Engraving from Chamberlain's 'A New and Complete History and Survey of the Cities of London and Westminister' printed at London in 1770.

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Keywords: 1700s, 1770, 18th century, architecture, black, buildings, chelsea, england, english, gibbs, horizontal, hospital, james, landscape, london, monochrome, nursing, pensioner, retirement, royal, serviceman, servicemen, site, soldiers, treatment, white

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