QUEEN'S CHAPEL of the SAVOY

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The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy

The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy is all that remains of the Savoy Hospital founded by Henry VII, which stood on site of the earlier Savoy Palace, sacked during the Peasants' Revolt of 1381. It is a private royal chapel of His Majesty The King and not subject to episcopal jurisdiction. It is part of the Savoy Estate, the Duchy of Lancaster’s principal London land holding. Since 11 May 1937, by command of King George VI, it has also been the Chapel of the Royal Victorian Order.

Region/Nation
Location/Address
Savoy Hill
County
London
Post Code
WC2R 0DA
Main Historic Period
Tudor
Tip/Nearby
The Strand, Trafalgar Square
Primary Management
Crown

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