The Grand Entrance- the Queen and the royal family, on royal ocassions like trooping the colour on the Queen's official birthday, and visiting VIPs-kings,presidents- on state visits, use this entrance to enter and leave the palace.
The Royal Balcony-This is the famous and most visible part of the palace, visible from the massive main gates and forming the centre of the palace facade facing the Victoria Monument.The Queen and royal family appear on this balcony to be 'viewed' and acknowledge the crowds that gather in front of the palace on royal ocassions - coronation, weddings, Queen's official birthday.
The Change of Guards- In this quandrangle, the palace guards go through a very colourful ceremony, in full red uniforms, with the band playing martial and popular music, to change the guards on duty. Certain regiments of the British army takes turns through the year as guards at Bukingham Palace.
The Grand Ballroom, also used for State Dinners to visiting dignataries.
The Music Room, noted for its intricately carved ceiling.
The Throne Room with its gold trimmings......and two thrones at the other side of picture.........these are just symbolic, not used for any official royal function, used only for the royal couple to sit and greet guests at royal parties.
Very nicely done, Geve. There is no reason you can't attach the placemark folder from your previous version in the oGEC. While there is a slim chance that Google may someday scrape the contents of this forum for their GEC layer, it will probably be no time soon.
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