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Tate Britain

Tate Britain
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Director Alex Farquharson
Established 1897
Location Millbank, London SW1, UK


Tate Britain is one of the four Tate Galleries. It was founded by Sir Henry Tate. It is the second best place to observed British Art, the first being the The National Gallery.

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