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A rare reunion for three portraits from the Golden Age of the Tudors.

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Art lovers will finally be able to fully appreciate the important differences between the three Armada portraits of Elizabeth I, when they are hanging alongside each other in Greenwich for the first time in their history, according to a senior curator at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

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