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Horse Guards Parade

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Horse Guards Parade

The Horse Guards Parade is a space between the River Thames and St James Park, also near the British Parliament and Trafalgar Square, where riders of the Household Cavalry change guard. Many people compare this to the famous changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, but of course, it is not as spectacular. On the Queen's birthday, in June, Trooping of the Colour is celebrated.

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Daily from 10 am - 4 pm two guards on...

Daily from 10 am - 4 pm two guards on horseback wearing elegant uniforms stand guard outside the building of the Horse Guards. There's a funny little sign next to them which warns you that horses may bite you.

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