Tulip Stair, Queen's House, Greenwich

Tulip Stair, Queen's House, Greenwich

Dating from around 1616, the tulip stair in the Queen's House in Greenwich is the first self-supporting geometric spiral stair in Britain.

Designed by the famous architect Inigo Jones and commissioned by King James I for his wife Anne of Denmark, the Queen died in 1619 just before the house was completed.
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Tulip Stair, Queen's House, Greenwich

Dating from around 1616, the tulip stair in the Queen's House in Greenwich is the first self-supporting geometric spiral stair in Britain.

Designed by the famous architect Inigo Jones and commissioned by King James I for his wife Anne of Denmark, the Queen died in 1619 just before the house was completed.
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Greenwich, London
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