Buckingham Palace decorated for Christmas

Buckingham Palace is fully prepared to meet the most fabulous holiday of the year. A five-meter-high Christmas tree from Great Windsor Park adorned the Marble Hall. Fluffy beauty first appeared in the residence of British monarchs in the XVIII century thanks to Queen Charlotte and George III, before that her place was occupied by the yew tree, which was considered to be the monarch tree. This year, the tree was decorated with symbolic New Year's toys - the crowns of the British Empire. And on the gilded balustrade, the construction of which during the reign of King George IV in 1830 costing an unheard of 4,000 pounds sterling, hung out multi-colored garlands. You can look at all this magnificence on the royal family page on Instagram.


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