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Royal Observatory from Crooms Hill
A scene showing the Royal Observatory at Greenwich on the right and the Queen's House and Thames riverfront buildings of East Greenwich in the distance, left and centre. The main building of the newly constructed Observatory (1675-1676), rapidly gained the name Flamsteed's or Flamsteed House from its first incumbent, the first Astronomer Royal, John Flamsteed.
English School, 17th Century
- Image reference: BHC1812
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London