After leaving Buckingham Palace, we walked through James Park to the Royal Knights'parade ground, which covers an enormous area of sand and gravel, and is rarely seen in an international metropolis. Just in time for the Royal Knights'job-changing performance at 15 p.m. every day, we watched a simple job-changing ceremony in the crowded crowd. It's the first time I've seen a cavalry change, but the whole performance is relatively simple.
The Royal Cavalry Guard Parade next to Downing Street serves as an important venue for official ceremonies and the headquarters of the British military. The cavalry in tall horses and military uniforms is full of ceremonial feeling. It is a beautiful scenery worth watching.
A scenic spot where you can punch in. If you adjust the time, you can see the changing ceremony of soldiers. It's not bad. Located near Downing Street, you can visit two places together. Every year the Queen will hold ceremonies here. The soldiers and horses are very tall. It's nice to take pictures if the weather is fine. There is a very beautiful park nearby.
The Royal Cavalry Guard parade is located in the square in front of Queen Victoria's statue. There are regular parades of the Royal Cavalry Guard. At that time, the cavalry with gorgeous appearance will form a queue, and the accompaniment of the military band will be very magnificent.
After visiting the Buckingham Palace Guard Change Ceremony, we walked through St. James Park and went to the Royal Cavalry Guard parade. This is a large rectangular square paved with gravel and sand. This is the place where King's Birthday celebrations are held annually in Britain. It used to be the beach volleyball venue for the London Olympic Games. Visitors can enter and trample at will. Behind the square, several circular roofs, like churches, set off the square, making the scene look magnificent.
It is suggested to leave some time on the official website before you come. Because of the frequent changes and the need to occupy seats in advance, it is a very worthwhile Royal Parade, also known as the Royal Madrid Training Ground. There are many visitors here.
It used to be the beach volleyball venue of the London Olympic Games and the place where cavalry trained when they came. On the edge of the venue was the government office building at No. 10 Tangding Street. The cavalry guards on the venue were quite threatening. They were tall and tall. They were a good cultural attraction.
Under the tower at the gate of the Royal Barracks in London, there are two guard courtyards. The cavalry are on guard here. Every day, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., the two horse teams will hold a transfer ceremony. This has become one of the tourist attractions that all visitors to London must see. Royal Cavalry Barracks, come here in a rainbow of momentum, used to be full of eggs on the ground.
The cavalry parade near Downing Street is the place where important official ceremonies such as the Queen's birthday are held every year. It is also the headquarters of the British military. The tall horse and the cavalry in the red battle robe are absolutely unique scenery of Britain.
The Royal Cavalry Guard Parade has been a place for the Royal Cavalry Guard to commemorate and celebrate since the 17th century. To be honest, the distance between the soldier and the imagination is too big, the gestures are funny, only the two tall horses are really beautiful.