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Bastile House, Greenwich (Vanbrugh Castle).Bastile House, Greenwich (Vanbrugh Castle).
Bastile House (Vanbrugh Castle).

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Repro ID: PU2196
Title: Bastile House, Greenwich (Vanbrugh Castle).
Description: This is located on Maze Hill on the east side of Greenwich Park. Sir John Vanbrugh (1664-1726), a British dramatist and architect, built it as his own house. It was rebuilt in 1904 and is now known as Vanbrugh Castle.
Creator: J. P. Malcolm (artist, engraver & publisher)
Date: 10 April 1798
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London

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