Survey plan of the Royal Mews, Charing Cross, London, before the rebuilding of 1732
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 17th century English architect. The original mews on this site housed the king's hawks from 1377 until a fire destroyed the building in 1534. Stables were then built here but they were still called the Royal Mews. The Mews were demolished in 1830 to make way for the construction of Trafalgar Square.
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