Event    From 20/6/1897  To 20/6/1897

Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria

Categories: Royalty

Shortly before this event, in September 1896 Victoria had become the longest-reigning monarch in British history, beating George III, the previous holder. Victoria reigned 1837 - 1901, 64 years.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria

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Lewisham Clock Tower

{On the bronze plaque:} This clock tower was erected to commemorate the Diamo...

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee fountain - WC2

Erected by the Board of Works for the St Giles district to commemorate the si...

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in Wanstead

The Latin quotation is interesting. It is from the Bible, Proverbs 3;16, and...

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee - W1

Not the most flattering portrait of the old dear.

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St George's Circus - clock tower

Our image comes from Historic England where we found the designer, Groll, but...

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King's Wardrobe

King's Wardrobe

A storehouse for royal clothing, arms and other personal items. Edward III moved it from the Tower of London to a house just north of what is now Queen Victoria Street. It was destroyed in the Gr...

Building, Royalty

1 memorial
Catherine of Braganza

Catherine of Braganza

Queen of King Charles II. Born at the Ducal Palace of Vila Viçosa, Portugal. Because of her Catholicism she was an unpopular consort, and was attacked by the inventors of the Popish Plot. She produ...

Person, Royalty, Portugal

1 memorial