Horse Guards Regiment barracks
- London, United Kingdom
- 36 Whitehall, City of Westminster, SW1A, United Kingdom
- Horse Guards barracks in London - a historic building of the XVIII century, luxurious facade is designed in classic style with some Baroque elements.
Construction is located on the street in Whitehall, whose name has become synonymous with the symbol of the British government. On the parade ground Konnogvardeisky held colorful parades, accompanied by ceremonial guard mounting with the removal of the banner.
In 2011, there was held a magnificent celebration of the 85th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II, which was attended by about 1,400 Royal Marines and 200 cavalrymen.
Barracks is a popular tourist attraction, you can take a picture with parade dressed guards and horsemen.
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