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Buckingham palace

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  • 1. Buckingha m Palace
  • 2. Buckingham Palace was originally a grand house built by the Dukes Buckingham for his wife. George IV began transforming it into a palace in 1826.
  • 3. The Royal places have been guarded by the hold troops since 1660.
  • 4. The Palace has around 600 rooms, including 19 State rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 92 offices, a cinema and a swimming pool. It also has its own post office and police station. About 400 people work at the Palace, including domestic servants, chefs, footmen, cleaners, plumbers, gardeners, chauffers, electricians.
  • 5. State Room
  • 6. The Gold State Coach weighs four tonnes and is pulled no faster than walking pace
  • 7. Throne in Queen's Robing Room, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, England
  • 8. Buckingham Gardens
  • 9. The Royal Family
  • 10. The Queen Elizabeth

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