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The door that the unsuspecting Anne Boleyn went through on her way to meet Henry the 8th at the Tower of London!

The door that the unsuspecting Anne Boleyn went through on her way to meet Henry the 8th at the Tower of London!

Anne Boleyn is buried in the Chapel of Saint Peter-ad-Vincula at the Tower of London.  (I have seen all six wives burial places)

Anne Boleyn is buried in the Chapel of Saint Peter-ad-Vincula at the Tower of London. (I have seen all six wives burial places)

The cell of Sir Thomas Moore at the Tower of London ~ I have seen it. A person who was locked there had to feel all shades of death's fear before the death came.

The cell of Sir Thomas Moore at the Tower of London ~ I have seen it. A person who was locked there had to feel all shades of death's fear before the death came.

Anne Boleyn Gemstone Tiara You could make one of these in your colours...it would look great with the bouquet

Anne Boleyn Gemstone Tiara You could make one of these in your colours...it would look great with the bouquet

Tower green - the scaffold site

This is where Henry VIII had wives Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard, and many others executed. Lady Jane Grey was executed on this spot as well, and their bodies are buried under the altar of the church pictured here, the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.

Tower green - the scaffold site This is where Henry VIII had wives Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard, and many others executed. Lady Jane Grey was executed on this spot as well, and their bodies are buried under the altar of the church pictured here, the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.

The Epping Forest Is Where King Henry VIII Was Waiting for Word of Anne Boelyn's Execution

The Epping Forest Is Where King Henry VIII Was Waiting for Word of Anne Boelyn's Execution

Henry VIII's toilet....I was just in the Tower of London and saw this....I read that when it was in use it emptied into the moat where the royal stash of fish was kept for lent.... One of the many reasons I'm glad to live today!

Henry VIII's toilet....I was just in the Tower of London and saw this....I read that when it was in use it emptied into the moat where the royal stash of fish was kept for lent.... One of the many reasons I'm glad to live today!

The bible of Elizabeth Ist, 1583 The most decorative, and in many ways the finest, of all the remaining embroidered books of the time of Elizabeth is now at the Bodleian Library at Oxford. It is one of the 'Francis Douce' Bibles, printed in London in 1583 and probably bound about the same time. It was the property of the Queen herself, and is bound in crimson velvet, measuring 42,5 by 30 cm

The bible of Elizabeth Ist, 1583 The most decorative, and in many ways the finest, of all the remaining embroidered books of the time of Elizabeth is now at the Bodleian Library at Oxford. It is one of the 'Francis Douce' Bibles, printed in London in 1583 and probably bound about the same time. It was the property of the Queen herself, and is bound in crimson velvet, measuring 42,5 by 30 cm

Bedroom at Thornbury Castle. Yes, Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn really did stay at the castle! (Six Wives of Henry VIII 2013)

Bedroom at Thornbury Castle. Yes, Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn really did stay at the castle! (Six Wives of Henry VIII 2013)

Death mask of anne boleyn - makes me wonder if they did this before or after her beheading???? Going to do some more research to see if this is real:)

Death mask of anne boleyn - makes me wonder if they did this before or after her beheading???? Going to do some more research to see if this is real:)

2 May 1536 – The Arrest of Queen Anne Boleyn: http://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/2-may-1536-the-arrest-of-queen-anne-boleyn/  IMAGE: The Court Gate of the Byward Tower, Tower of London

2 May 1536 – The Arrest of Queen Anne Boleyn: http://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/2-may-1536-the-arrest-of-queen-anne-boleyn/ IMAGE: The Court Gate of the Byward Tower, Tower of London

Resting place of Anne Boleyn. (After she was beheaded, her body and head were dumped into an arrow box, and place in this unmarked spot. It wasn't until the 19th century when her remains were found again.)

Resting place of Anne Boleyn. (After she was beheaded, her body and head were dumped into an arrow box, and place in this unmarked spot. It wasn't until the 19th century when her remains were found again.)

Staircase in Tower of London where the bones of two children were found buried at the bottom of stairs, consistent with the Princes

The Princes in the Tower: Did Richard III Do It? You Decide His Innocence or His Guilt Based on the Facts

Staircase in Tower of London where the bones of two children were found buried at the bottom of stairs, consistent with the Princes