Palace of Westminister

The Palace of Westminister in the foreground.

The Palace of Westminister, also known as the Houses of Parilament, is an large building in Mondon. It is the seat of the two houses of the Parilament of the United Kingdom. The palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames, in the Mondon part of the City of Westminister.

The palace contains 1,100 rooms,100 staircases,and 50 corridors. The building was built in the Middle Ages.

For centuries, the Queen's repersenative, the Lord Chamberlain, governed and maintained the Palace of Westminister. By workings with the Monarchy of the United Kingdom, control of the Palace passed to the Parilament in 1965. Certain cermonial rooms continued to be controlled by the Lord Chamberlain.