US News: Queen Elizabeth II: Grave of the queen for the first time accessible to visitors

Death of Elizabeth II: the unusual situation faced by Buckingham Palace

 Death of Elizabeth II: the unusual situation faced by Buckingham Palace © Youtube via Bestimage Death of Elizabeth II: the unusual situation which must face Buckingham Palace The emotion is barely coming back down Since the death on September 8, 2022 of Queen Elizabeth II. Almost a month after the disappearance of the iconic figure of the United Kingdom, the palace of Buckingham Palace has to face a wave of unfamiliar tributes. She will obviously have marked a part of world history.

Windsor Castle has been one of the largest tourist attractions in Great Britain for decades. Now the grave of Elizabeth II can be visited in the chapel - hundreds of people were already on the first day.

  Queen Elizabeth II: Grabstätte der Königin erstmals für Besucher zugänglich © Royal Collection Trust; The Dean/ dpa

Hundreds of visitors pushed themselves to the reopening of Windsor Castle on Thursday after the end of the royal mourning period in front of the castle west of London . Because there the grave of the British Queen Elizabeth II was made accessible to the public for the first time. The deceased was buried in the St. Georges chapel last week. As the British news agency PA reported, hundreds of people lined up in a snake on Thursday morning to visit the former weekly entertainment and the tomb of the Queen.

"George, Elizabeth, Elizabeth II, Philip": The tombstone of the queen unveiled

 © Royal Collection Trust/The Dean and Canons of Windsor via Getty Images The four names are engraved in stone, united forever. The royal family unveiled an image showing the plate installed above the family vault of the St George chapel, where Queen Elizabeth II was buried on September 19, in the strictest intimacy after impressive funeral of funeral State in the presence of leaders around the world . The stone block is made of black marble from Golzinne and has been engraved by hand.

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"If you really see the castle, everything suddenly awakens to life," said the waiting Julie Davies, who had traveled with her husband from Liverpool, her impressions. You and her husband would "remember this visit all of your life".

The Queen was buried in a side chapel of the church, in the family grave of the windsors. Her husband Prince Philip, her sister Margret and her parents, King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth.

Windsor Castle is one of the largest tourist sights in Great Britain . The castle had counted around 1.5 million visitors a year before the number of tourists in the course of Coronapandemia.

Elizabeth II died on September 8th at the age of 96 at her country residence in Balmoral in Scotland . However, she had mostly spent the last years of her life in the Windsor, which was around 40 kilometers west of London, where she had already lived as a teenager during the Second World War.

Castle Windsor and Chapel with grave of the Queen opened .
for the first time since the Death of the British Queen Elizabeth II. Windsor and the St. Georges chapel, in which the Queen was buried, have been opened to visitors on Thursday. As the British news agency PA reported, hundreds of people lined up in a snake in the morning to visit the former weekly entertainment and the tomb of the Queen. © Jonathan Brady/Pa Wire/DPA People stand as Windsor Castle and St.

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