Kensington Palace, London.
George III's coronation robes are on display here.
The Pump Room, Bath. Jane Austen lived in Bath 1800-1806 and the Pump Room is mentioned in two of her novels - Persuasion and Northanger Abbey.
Top of St Paul's Cathedral, London.
A thanksgiving service for the recovery of George III from his recent debilitating illness was held here on 23 April 1789.
The Great Court at Trinity College, Cambridge.
Lord Byron and William John Bankes both attended this college.
This is the rear view of Buckingham Palace which you can only see from inside the Palace gates. After becoming King, Buckingham Palace became George IV's new architectural project.
The Osmington white horse, depicting George III on horseback, is on the hillside overlooking Weymouth bay where he spent so many holidays.
The clue is in the word Cavendo. This is Chatsworth House, home of the Cavendish family, William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, and his wife Georgiana.
The clock at Hampton Court Palace. Beau Brummell's father was granted a grace-and-favour tenancy in "the Silver Stick Gallery" at Hampton Court in 1782.
The Royal Crescent, Bath. Richard Brinsley Sheridan eloped with Elizabeth Linley from her father's house at 11, Royal Crescent, on 18 March 1772.
Brighton Pavilion - George IV's seaside palace.
The Angel of Peace descending on the quadriga of war - the sculpture on top of the Wellington Arch opposite Apsley House in London, home of the Duke of Wellington.
The British Museum, London, founded in 1753.
St James' Palace, London, where George IV was born on 12 August 1762.
The Eneceladus fountain in the gardens at the Palace of Versailles, home of the fated French King, Louis XVI and his wife, Marie-Antoinette.
All photographs by Andrew Knowles - www.flickr.com/photos/dragontomato