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Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

Categories: Royalty

Our picture shows Queen Elizabeth II in the River Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant which took place in the cold and pouring rain on 3 June. Diamond represents 60 years.

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Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

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2012 Commemorations - Blackheath

The names on the outer circumference sound as though they are areas of Blackh...

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Bomber Command Memorial

The campaign to bomb civilians was so controversial that the bombers were giv...

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Cutty Sark Gardens - Opening

The plaque was unveiled by Her Majesty The Queen to mark the opening of Cutty...

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Diamond Jubilee QEII - Jefcoate tree

This tree is in the borough of Wandsworth. There are 32 Greater London boroug...

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Fortnum & Mason

From the shop's website: "1964 saw a new landmark added to the front of the ...

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King Henry VIII

King Henry VIII

Son of Henry VII. Born Born Greenwich Palace, as the spare, not the heir but his brother Arthur predeceased him and their father, aged 15, but not before marrying Catherine of Aragon, who later in ...

Person, Royalty, Seriously Famous

20 memorials
Arthur, Prince of Wales

Arthur, Prince of Wales

Eldest son of King Henry VII. Born at St Swithun's Priory, Winchester. In 1497 he was betrothed by proxy to Catherine of Aragon and married her in St Paul's Cathedral on 14th November 1501. Died fr...

Person, Royalty

1 memorial
William Duke of Cumberland

William Duke of Cumberland

Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. He was the third son and the sixth of the eight children of King George II and Queen Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach and was born on 15 April 1721 in Le...

Person, Armed Forces, Royalty, Scotland

1 memorial
Coronation of King George VI

Coronation of King George VI

George VI's coronation at Westminster Abbey took place on 12 May 1937, the date previously intended for the coronation of his brother King Edward VIII who had abdicated on 10 December 1936.

Event, Royalty, Tourism / Traditions

2 memorials