House of Hanover

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the English royal house that reigned from 1714 to 1901 (from George I to Victoria)

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The Hanoverian dynasty was by no means universally popular in Britain, and one of the queen's aims was to demonstrate her Anglophilia and the close connections between the royal family and the country that they had come to rule.
In 1814, John Nash designed a Temple of Concord in London's Green Park, and a Chinese pagoda on a bridge in nearby St James's Park, for a 'display of joy' to celebrate both the defeat of Napoleon and the Hanoverian dynasty.