The Royal Palace is the official residence of the King, a fine Victorian-style colonial building in white, made of kauri wood, with a red-tiled roof. It was built in 1864 on the waterfront, to the north-east of Nuku’alofa amidst extensive lawns with casuarina trees. It was surrounded by a stone fence a metre high on which, out of respect no one ever sat, but in 1990 the King replaced it with a 3-metre high grid fence. The Palace is not open to the public.
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