The Tower of London is a historical palace on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. The Tower is formally Her Royal Palace of Majesty and Fortress of the Tower of London. It is located inside the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is separate from the east side of the Town of London square mile by Tower Hill. A portion of the Norman Conquest was built at the end of 1066. The White Tower, which gave the fortress its name, was built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. It was a sign of oppression imposed on London by the ruling class.
Although it was not its primary aim, the tower was known as a jail from 1100 until 1952. It was formerly a beautiful palace that was used as a royal home. The Tower of London is a collection of structures encircled by 2 overlapping circles of defenses and a moat. In the 12th and 13th centuries, there were different parts of development. The firstly under the reigns of Richard I and Henry III, and Edward I. Although further development on the site, the fundamental layout created by the late 13th century has survived.
Tower of London Control
The Tower of London has a long and eminent history in England. It is surrounded multiple times, and maintaining control over it has been crucial to maintaining authority over the country. Among other things, the Tower has served as an armory, a treasury, a zoo, the corporate headquarters of the Royal Mint, a public records office, and the location of the Crown Jewels of England.
On the installation of a monarch, a march would be carried out from the Tower to Westminster Abbey from the early 14th century till the reign of Charles II in the 17th century. The Constable of the Tower is in control of the tower when the monarch is not present. In media-eval times, he had a powerful and respected status. The Princes in the Tower were narrow the tower in the late 15th century until they suddenly disappeared, likely dead. The Tower was using less as a royal house under the Tudors and in spite of efforts to refortify and maintain the tower, its walls fell behind improvements in cannon defenses.
During the 1st and 2nd World Wars, the Tower of London was once again used as a jail. 12 individuals are executing for espionage. The destruction caused by the Blitz was rebuilt after WWII. The tower was reopened to the public after WW2. The Tower of London is now one of the most visited tourist places in the country. The building was maintained for by the charity Historical Royal Palaces. It was safeguarded as a World Heritage under the formal responsibility of the Constable of the Tower. It was managed by the Resident Governor of the Tower of London and Steward of the Jewel Residence.