St George's Chapel was founded in the 14th century by King Edward III and extensively enlarged in the late 15th century. It is located in the Lower Ward of the castle.  The castle has belonged to the monarchy for almost 1000 years and it is a principal residence of Queen Elizabeth II.
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The introduction to the article is incorrect. The 1992 fire at Windsor Castle DID NOT start in St. George's Chapel, and in fact DID NOT impact the chapel in any way. The State rooms that were burnt were hundreds of yards to the north of the Chapel. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 19:47, 26 October 2008 (UTC) 1. Yes you ar...
I've just written an article on Zara, Countess of Gowrie and I'm wanting to add some information here, but I'm not sure where to put it. I have a cite that says her funeral was held in St. George's Chapel on 30 July 1965, but I'm wondering if it's usual for non-royals to have their funerals here, or was there some special reason why permission was ...
I would like to point out that in the part of "Burials", Alexandra of Denmark and Elizabeth Woodville are listed as "Queen", whereas they are infact 'only' Queen consort. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 04:10, 27 December 2013 (UTC) 1. Common usage is Queen, whether a consort or a regnant. You don't see HM going by Queen ...
Being that this is Henry's project, and he and his wife are buried there, seems a shame that there isn't a pic of their tomb. All I can find on Commons is a B&W closeup of Elizabeth of York's head. ScarletRibbons (talk) 02:40, 5 June 2015 (UTC)
Both "Choir of St. George's Chapel" and "Quire of St. George's Chapel" are used within article. To be consistent, shouldn't the same word be used throughout? If yes, I'm not British and I don't know which word is preferred. Bunkyray5 (talk) 03:21, 30 May 2018 (UTC) 1. Hello, the answer is "no". The word 'choir' refers to the body of people that mak...
Is there any extra information about the burial locations available? Or maybe photo's of the locations? — Preceding unsigned comment added by AfwasSysteem (talk • contribs) 19:34, 19 April 2021 (UTC)
The article states worship at the chapel is Anglo Catholic. If this is correct it means s St George’s Chapel is unique among the chapels royal which all adhere to the Book of Common Prayer of 1662. Giano (talk)21:33, 5 June 2021 (UTC)
What effect did the Dissolution of the Monasterieshave on St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle? 1. Very little as it was already the private property of King Henry VIII. He declared the Chapel to be exempt from any new church laws and confiscations. Giano (talk)12:38, 16 August 2021 (UTC)
The Choir of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle exists to sing services in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle . It has been in existence since 1348 and, with the exception of the Commonwealth period (1649–1660), has sung services in the Chapel continuously ever since. Contents 1 The choir today
May 14, 2011 · English Add a one-line explanation of what this file represents Summary DescriptionSt. Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle (1).jpg Windsor Date 21 March 2010, 14:59 Source Windsor Uploaded by BaldBoris Author Aurelien Guichardfrom London, United Kingdom Other versions Camera location 51° 28′ 59.45″ N, 0° 36′ 25.59″ W
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St George's House, the organisation, takes its name from the building of that name in close proximity to and associated with St George's Chapel within the perimeter of the Castle. It belongs to the College of Canons, founded in 1348 and is where participants are hosted for the duration of consultations on given topics.