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Balmoral Castle house for the last breath Queen Elizabeth II

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Balmoral Castle house for the last breath Queen Elizabeth II

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expansive land Covering more than 125,000 rai of fields, forests and agricultural land, it is the property of the British royal family. since Prince Albert Consort of Queen Victoria He bought the castle from the Farkesson family in 1852.

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Prince Albert He was the great-grandfather of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Windsors have long used Balmoral Palace as their summer residence. Queen Elizabeth II comes to live here every year. from August to October

Here, Queen Elizabeth II can run and play freely like a girl. including catching salmon stalking deer and dance with the villagers

Balmoral was also the place where the love of the British queen and her daring cousin began to blossom.

after the wedding Both of them use this place as a resting place. together with the sons, daughters and grandsons During a busy weekend

“I think Balmoral is the place we look forward to coming,” Queen Elizabeth II said in 1992.

“It's pretty good to live in solitude. After having to live in a place where Staying in the same bed for 6 weeks is a nice change.”

Now his family members have revisited this beloved place, but this time they came to bid farewell.

Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at Balmoral Castle. At the age of 96, he was surrounded by loved ones at this place.

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