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Greenwich, UK - 13 July 2013: A sunny Saturday afternoon in Greenwich, UK finds locals and tourists alike taking advantage of the new Greenwich Visitor Centre housed in a Pepys building on the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College. This town is a tourist attraction for many from around the world. In the summer, the tourists outnumber the locals in the museums, shops, restaurants and other attractions of this town that dates back to the Roman Empire.
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Greenwich is an attraction for many from around London and the world. In the summer, the tourists outnumber the locals in the museums, shops, restaurants and other attractions of this town that dates back to the Roman Empire. There has long been a strong royal connection to Greenwich, going back to the old Royal Palace of Placentia. Greenwich is also the birthplace of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Mary I. .The Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre at the Old Royal Naval College opened to the public on 23rd March 2010. The Grade II listed Pepys building was refurbished at a cost of £6 million with generous support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Clore Duffield Foundation.
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