Nonsuch Palace was built by Henry VIII as a "hunting palace". Apparently it really was superior to any palace in Europe at the time, hence "none such". Unfortunately, nothing remains of this palace today except contemporary drawings of it, such as this one.
Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland. The Palace is best known as the home of Mary, Queen of Scots – she was married here, and witnessed the brutal killing of her secretary in her private apartments. Edinburgh, Scotland
Mary (Queen of Scots) was born 8 December 1542 at Linlithgow Palace, Linlithgow Scotland to James V (King of Scots). On 14 December, six days after birth she became Queen of Scotland when her father died. Mary was the grand-niece of King Henry Vlll of England. Her paternal grandmother was Margaret Tudor, King Henry Vlll eldest sister.
THE APARTMENT OF THE MARQUISE DE POMPADOUR This apartment, which enjoys a splendid view of the North parterre and Marly forest, is located in the attic above the State Apartment of the King, above the Mercury and Apollo salons. It was initially occupied, in 1743-1744, by the Duchess of Chateauroux and her sister the Duchess of Lauraguais. After the death of Madame de Chateauroux, Louis XV gave it to Madame de Pompadour, who occupied it from 1745 to 1750.