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|The Royal Burial Ground is a cemetery used by the Royal Family of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth Realms. It surrounds the Royal Mausoleum on the Frogmore estate in the Home Park at Windsor in the English county of Berkshire.|
|Haga Palace (Swedish: Haga slott), formerly known as the Queen's Pavilion (Swedish: Drottningens paviljong), is located in Hagaparken, Solna Municipality in Metropolitan Stockholm, Sweden. The palace, built in 1802 – 1805, was modelled after ballet-master Gallodiers Italian villa in Drottningholm by architect Carl Christoffer Gjörwell on appointment by King Gustaf IV Adolf for the royal childre...||06/17/2010||383|
|Royal burial site of the Royal Dutch family, Oranje-Nassau, from 1584.||08/21/2006||287|
|The Sultan's Copper Tents, originally three buildings for the palace guard, designed by the painter Louis Jean Desprez and built during 1787 to 1790. Desprez proposed that all the façades of the buildings should be designed as three Turkish tents, clad in decoratively painted copper plate. However, tent façades were only built on the side facing the main lawns, which still gives the desired ill...||06/16/2010||423|
|Anta Grande do Zambujeiro is a megalithic monument Valverde - Portugal, one of the biggest existing in the Iberian Peninsula. It was constructed during the range in date from c.4000 B.C. to 3500 B.C.. It consists of a free-standing single-chamber dolmen and was used by the Neolithic communities as a burial place and also possibly for religious purposes. The chamber, of polygonal form, is made o...||11/03/2009||269|
|Gustav III's Pavilion (Swedish: Gustav III:s paviljong) is a royal pavilion at the Haga Park, 2 km north of Stockholm. As a highlight in Swedish art history, the Pavilion is a fine example of the European neoclassicism of the late 1700s in Northern Europe. Beside the Pavilion lie the "Sultan's Copper Tents", buildings designed to resemble big tents.|
|RAF Lympne /ˈlɪm/ was a Royal Air Force station used during the First and Second World Wars. It opened in 1916 by the Royal Flying Corps as an acceptance point for aircraft being delivered to, and returned from, France. It was later designated as a First Class Landing Ground. In 1919, the airfield was turned over to civil use as Lympne Airport, serving until 1939 when it was requisiti...||09/06/2014||4|
|Christiansborg Palace on Slotsholmen in Copenhagen was built for the country's three supreme powers: the royal power, the legislative power, and the judicial power. The Christiansborg Palace is the only building in the world to have all three supreme powers in one.|
The premises of the Royal Family, mainly The Royal Reception Rooms, make up only a small part of the palace complex....
|Sanam Luang or Phramen Ground has been there since the founding of Bangkok. Sanam Luang was in the first place called "Thung Phramen (The Royal Cremation Ground)" because in the old days Sanam Luang was used for cremations of Kings and Queen and High-ranking princes.|
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|The old Royal Naval Gunnery school believe now to be used by the Royal Marines its a famous base to all naval personnel as everyone there under train had to double (run) where ever they went the place mark is on the famous parade ground which like the rest of the base was ruled by the chief Gunnery Officer and his staff know as G.I.s (Gunnery Instructors)||03/01/2006||940|
|Lindholm Hoeje north of Aalborg is a gigantic viking burial place with grave sites formed as ships.|
|Battleship HMS Royal Oak sunken by U-Boat Ace Gunther Prien in Scapa Flow is still "alive" in Royal Navy.The wreck is now an official war grave and there is an annual commemoration service. Royal Navy divers go down to the ship and raise a White Ensign in memory of the 833 crew killed.|