In the United Kingdom as well as in the British Commonwealth of Nations, 2. The 70th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Elizabeth. The festive series of events begins on Thursday and lasts for four days.
Preparations Underway II. To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth’s accession to the throne
Queen Elizabeth personally attended the opening of the newest metro line in London. The line is named after him, the Elizabeth Line, and thus the line connecting the eastern and western parts of the British capital will be the most enduring and grandiose celebration of the platinum anniversary of the Queen’s seventieth year. But by no means the only one.
Although every second British money. We see Elizabeth’s face, special commemorative coins have been issued for the anniversary. The British Royal Mint issued 1.3 million 50 pence coins. At the request of a private collector, the mint also undertook to mint the largest and most valuable coin of all time.
On one side of the 70 million forint masterpiece, the Queen can be seen on horseback, while on the other side of the coin is the Queen’s monogram.
In addition to the motherland, the member states of the British Commonwealth are also excited to celebrate the anniversary.
An exhibition commemorating the reign of Elizabeth in Australia. The gallery also houses an unusual coin collection of ten thousand pieces, about 2,500 of which feature the Queen.
“If His Majesty sees this recording, I am sure that he will have a wonderful jubilee celebration and that he will be the ruler of our country for a very long time.Says the owner of the show.
And in Ottawa, Canada, a meeting was held with the corgi dogs on the occasion of the 70th anniversary, as he was a favorite of Queen Elizabeth’s dog breed, and she always resided some of them at the palace as well.
A variety of gorgeous roses in pink were also produced for the platinum anniversary celebration and presented at the Chelsea Flower Show in the presence of the Queen, and of course the flower was also named after the Queen.
The Platinum Jubilee Series begins on June 2, with the Royal Guards—more than 1,400 soldiers, 400 musicians, and 200 cavalry—to salute Queen Elizabeth, who has ruled for 70 years.
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