Long lost da Vinci painting spent time being passed around the Royal Family

With a series of twists and turns similar to the television series “Fake or Fortune”, it has been revealed that the Leonardo da Vinci painting sold for $450 million dollars once graced the walls of both Greenwich Palace and the then Buckingham House, the latter which now displays part of Queen Elizabeth II’s collection of paintings. It is thought though there is no documentation to prove it…
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What Happened to the Monarchy Between 1649 to 1660?

Outside the Houses of Parliament, standing rather boldly with a hand on his sword and the other clutching a Bible, stands a statute of Oliver Cromwell. For a time, Cromwell was the sole interruption in a long line of English monarchs, during which the British Isles were no…