Tudor Places Calendar coverI can’t believe that I’m already mentioning Christmas but then there are only 10 weeks until Christmas and I know some of you very organised people are already doing your Christmas shopping.

I’d just like to give our 2015 Tudor Places Calendar a little shout-out as I know it will be a great present for Tudor history lovers everywhere. It features the 12 winning photos from our Tudor places photographic competition and photos include:

  • Elton Hall
  • Berry Pomeroy Castle
  • Little Moreton Hall
  • Hever Castle
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Sudeley Castle
  • Leeds Castle
  • Warwick Castle
  • Littlecote House
  • Wenlock Priory

The 2015 Anne Boleyn Files Tudor Places Calendar also features dates of the important births, deaths, marriages and battles related to the Tudors, so you’ll know what happened in history 500 years ago.

Here are some images from the calendar:

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It’s $11.99 (US shop price) and can be shipped worldwide from Lulu.com. Click here to order now. Lulu.com has stores for the USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Canada, Australia, Ireland and Switzerland, and you can change your store at Lulu.com by clicking on the flag at the top and then simply search for “Tudor places calendar”. The US store offer worldwide shipping anyway.

The calendar measures 11 inches by 17 inches when open, it is spiral bound in the middle and is printed on gloss stock.

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10 thoughts on “2015 Tudor Places Calendar”
  1. I would love to visit these places and to learn more about them in relation to the Tudor period. Beautiful calendar!

  2. I would love to win this lovely calendar. It would be a great and enjoyable way to continue my learning of the Tudor Era!

  3. id love to win this. I live in America and have a university degree in the Tudor Dynasty. This would be great to have on my library wall next to my 142 books on all things Tudor. I cant get this any where here. I think it would be great and very informative as well!

    Thank you
    Kimberley A Barca

  4. I feel like I know some of these places from all the historical novels I have read. Love Philippa Gregory! Thanks to her historical back tracking, I have just finished a novel set in 1502.

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