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On September 8, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) died at Balmoral Castle. The queen is said to have particularly loved her summer residence in Scotland. Under King Charles III. (73) The castle is now supposed to become a public memorial for his late mother. Balmoral is to be opened to visitors than before. As the British "Telegraph" reports , the king would even allow visits to the public while he is there.

Queen Elizabeth II. ist auf Schloss Balmoral gestorben. © Imago Images/Kay-Helge Hercher Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle.

The castle in Scotland is to be equipped with exhibitions and a constant room that honor the legacy of the late monarch. The Queen had spent her last summer there. This was an annual tradition of the royal family during their reign. In recent years, Balmoral Castle was only accessible from April to July.

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Visit from Balmoral Castle in autumn and winter possible

in recent years possible Balmoral Castle was only open to the public from April to July. Already this year the summer residence of the royal family is also open from October to December, As it says on the official website, : "During this time, no admission price will be charged and visitors can visit the site and the gardens, the peace and calm and Enjoy the peace of this special place and Queen Elizabeth II. " Guided tours are not possible, the castle itself will also remain closed "as a sign of respect".

What happens next as the Queen lies in state? .
The nation is in mourning.

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