Ceremonies are everywhere in the UK. When the cavalry handover ceremony is encountered, the people's skirts for sightseeing have been surrounded by water. Although there are many people, there is no noise at all. It must be a solemn ceremony to make people awe!
If you visit St. James’s Park, you cannot miss the Cavalry Guards Building, as it is located in the park opposite Buckingham Palace.
The outside is beautiful, and there is a fairly large yard inside for riders. There are also guards standing guard here. Built in 1753, it is the headquarters of the Army Command.
There is a magnificent building in front of the Royal Cavalry Parade, which is the Guards Cavalry Building. The building seems to be the highest headquarters of the British army, and there is a doorway through the Parade Square to Downing Street. It is very imposing to take pictures of this building and the Parade Square together.
Opposite the Royal Parade Ground, there are still cavalry patrols every day.
From St. James’s Park, I saw a large site. The building seemed to be a British headquarters. Fortunate visitors, they could also take photos with the guards on horseback, passing by a very interesting experience.