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  1. 14/11/2022 · 2012: The whole country — and the world — celebrated throughout the year to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II, the 60th anniversary of her accession to the throne. In this June 5, 2012 file photo, Britain's Prince Charles, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William stand on the balcony at Buckingham Palace during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in central London.

  2. A source confirmed to Us Weekly that the princes have “grown apart” over the years. “William still cares about Harry and is hoping that he’ll open up to him about his current struggles ...

  3. Every summer, Anza has a parade to celebrate the Fourth of July. This festival is called Anza Days and is celebrated by the whole town, and people travel miles each year to see it. Anza also has a local gymkhana horseshowing circuit put on by the Lions Club six months out of the year. This is also a popular event the public enjoys. Education

  4. 19/09/2022 · T he State Hearse carrying the Queen's coffin has arrived in Windsor in preparation for the procession towards Windsor Castle.. Many flowers, thrown by well-wishers along the route, remained on ...

  5. The Upper Ward of Windsor Castle comprises a number of major buildings enclosed by the upper bailey wall, forming a central quadrangle. The State Apartments run along the north of the ward, with a range of buildings along the east wall, and the private royal apartments and the King George IV Gate to the south, with the Edward III Tower in the south-west corner.

  6. Though the view from its terraced riverfront garden, open to the public, was painted twice on his London visit by Canaletto (looking up- and downriver), it was used for storage, as a residence for visiting overseas dignitaries and as a barracks for troops. Suffering from neglect, Old Somerset House began to be demolished in 1775.

  7. Adjoining the prince's garden was an open gallery, 200 ft (61 m) long, over which was a close gallery of similar length. Here was also a royal library. Three pipes supplied the palace with water, one from the white conduit in the new park, another from the conduit in the town fields, and the third from a conduit near the alms-houses in Richmond.