Hampton Court VillageEast Molesey , United Kingdom
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Hampton Court Village
There is a live stream of a cozy street in a small settlement of Hampton Court in the suburban area of Molesey. Hampton Court Village is also called East Molesey. Hampton Court, which is perfectly visible in webcam, is a traditional British village with narrow streets, many shops, bars, cafes and restaurants.
East Molesey, where the live stream comes from, is a small village in a Molesey suburb called. In addition to East Molesey with online camera, there is West Molesey in Molesey. Geographically, Molesey and his villages are located near London on the south bank of the River Thames. Molesey is divided into three areas of the United Kingdom: South Molesey, East and North.
There are largest number of attractions are located exactly in the East Molesey with webcam.
It is interesting to explore such historic buildings as: Matham Manor (15th century house with wooden frames and red brick) and the 16th century Quillets Royal house, rebuilt from the 18th century (The Manor House). Both buildings are located next to The Bell. The oldest building in East Molesey is the 15th century St. Peter’s Church.
There are the three most famous churches and the Jubilee Fountain in East Molesey that you see online. In addition, there are three Reserves. One of them – Molesey Nature Reserve, located in the south at the Mol River canal, known as the River Ember.
Other attractions of the East Molesey with this webcam are: Hampton Court Palace – the famous residence of Henry VIII and his wives; Bushy Park – the second largest Royal Park in London; Hampton Court Park, Hampton Court Maze – garden labyrinth and Hampton Court Bridge.