The overlays that highlight 17th century London features are approximate and derived from Wenceslaus Hollar’s maps:

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michael j. gresk m.a.  •  Link

Richmond in Surrey ?? Richmond in Yorkshire?? I am supposing that the Surrey site would be infinitely more convenient for a royal visit to his 'whore'.

CGS  •  Link

it be :"...We walked from Mortlake to Richmond, and so to boat again. And from Teddington to Hampton Court..." see ref:below

Michael Robinson  •  Link

Wenceslaus Hollar (Czech/British 1607-1677)

View of Richmond palace with towers surmounted by cupolas seen across the Thames slightly to right; walled garden, square barn, fields and crane on the left houses and church tower on the right; the king, the queen and their three children with five attendants landing from barge moored to old tree in the foreground.
Etching, 1638…

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