Processional Scenic Route

1. Buckingham Palace – Buckingham Palace is the official London residence for the British Monarchy.

2. Clarence House – Royal residence home to The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Prince Harry. It was formerly the home of The Queen and Queen Mother between 1953 and 2002.

3. The Mall – Leading from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square. More than one million people packed the Mall to witness the public displays that marked The Queen’s Golden Jubilee.

4. Horse Guards Parade – Host to Trooping of the Colour and Beating Retreat, Horse Guards Parade is a parade ground backing onto St. James’s Park. The national celebration point of the Monarch’s birthday.

5. Women of World War II Monument – A monument to the role of women in the war effort during World War II. Completed in 2005 and dedicated by The Queen, the monument’s lettering reflects the typeface used on ration books during the war. Featuring the uniforms of women workers this monument has come to represent a testament to equal rights in modern Britain.

6. Downing Street – The most famous address in Britain, Downing Street hosts the official residences of the most senior British cabinet ministers. While traditionally number 10 hosted the Prime Minister.

7. Foreign & Commonwealth Office – The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is responsible for promoting the interests of the United Kingdom overseas.

8. Cenotaph – Originally designed to commemorate the victims of World War I.

9. HM Treasure – Originally functioning as a personal vault for Crown wealth, The Treasury was later transformed into the holding pin of the British economy.

10. Houses of Parliament and Big Ben – Maintaining its status as a Royal residence for ceremonial purposes – the Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is the home of British Politics.

11. Westminster Abbey – The Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster, popularly known as Westminster Abbey, is the Traditional ceremonial site for Monarchs of the Commonwealth Realms. A beautiful historical site employed for the coronation of British Monarchs, the church will be host to the Royal wedding. Overlooked by Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the Abbey is a national treasure

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