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Royal palace




  • Palace of Nakhchivan Khans, Nakhchivan






  • Royal Palace of Cambodia

 People's Republic of China

 Czech Republic





  • Old Royal Palace, historically the Royal Palace of Athens, today houses the (Parliament), Athens
  • New Royal Palace, historically Crown Prince's Royal Palace, or Royal Palace of the Duke of Sparta, now the Presidential Manor, Athens
  • Royal Mansion of Psychiko, only Crown Prince Paul and Crown Princess Frederica residence, today private property, Athens
  • Tatoi Palace, or the "Royal Palace of Dekeleia" was the summer estate of the former Greek royal family, Athens
  • Queen's Tower, former royal estate held only by Queen Amalia, now private property, Athens
  • Palace of St. Michael and St. George originally the house of the British Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands, now the seat of the Sino-Japanese Museum, Corfu
  • Mon Repos a summer residence of the former Greek royal family. It is now an archaeological museum. Corfu
  • Achilleion, Royal Palace of the Empress Elizabeth of Austria, never held by the Greek Royal Family, Corfu
  • Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, medieval palace renovated during Italian Occupation to constitute the summer estate of the King of Italy, never held by the Greek Royal Family
  • Royal Palace of Salonica (Kyverneio, Karabournaki) is a royal mansion in Salonica situated in the suburb of Kalamaria. It is now property of the Presidency. Salonica.







  • Royal Palace, Tell el-Ful





  • Royal Palace, Lesotho


  • Royal Palace of Lithuania, Vilnius







  • Olowo's Palace, Owo















 United Kingdom

 United States

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