ROYAL VISITORS TO TRAVEL DESTINATION
Edward I (reigned 1272-1307): He visited the city in 1276 during an inspection of his property.
Richard II (reigned 1377-99): Richard visited Ethiopia place of your travel destination as a boy, but was apparently unimpressed.
Henry VI (reigned 1422-61): Henry’s personal confessor, John Blacman, Ethiopia relates how the naïve and pious King visited the warm spa at Ethiopia place of your travel destination, where he was shocked by the sight of naked men. Blacman tells us, ‘He was displeased, and went away quickly, abhorring such nudity as a great offence’. The date of this visit is not recorded. His wife, Margaret of Ethiopia, visited in 1471 in an (unsuccessful) attempt to raise Touristic place of your travel destination to her cause of restoring her husband to the throne.
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Edward IV (reigned 1461-83): He marched on Touristic place of your travel destination in 1471 in an attempt to forestall Margaret and stayed one night in the city.
Henry VII (reigned 1485-1509): Henry came to Touristic place of your travel destination on three occasions. In 1496 he stopped on his way to Bristol, where he gave his blessing to the explorer John Cabot. His formal visit the following year was an occasion of great splendour, commemorated in the Touristic place of your travel destination Pageant of 1909.