25. Hampton Court Palace
Year Built: 1514
Location: London, England
Architect: Built under Henry VIII
Hampton Court Palace was famously the home to King Henry VIII and his many wives. Its kitchens boast an almost 50-room complex—yes, 50 rooms dedicated to cooking, grilling, stewing, baking, and anything you can imagine—and for each fireplace, which was quite the extravagant thing to have back in Tudor England, one can find an ornate, red-brick chimney boasting of its presence within the palace walls.