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Perhaps the most recognized palace in the world, Buckingham Palace has been the official home of the British monarch for over 170 years. With 775 rooms (including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices, 78 bathrooms… and one indoor pool), Buckingham Palace is much more than just a royal residence.
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Buckingham Palace has been the official residence of Britain's monarch since the reign of Queen Victoria in 1837 to Queen Elizabeth II who resides there today. It is the most famous of the royal palaces in England and throughout the summer the public can enjoy a visit to its State Rooms, which the Royal Family still use today.
Villa Fridhem, situated on the royal domain of Opgrimbie, is a privately owned residence of Queen Fabiola. It was initially a residence of King Baudouin, named for a summer residence of his Swedish grandparents. It is located on about 160 hectares of woodlands, with a lake, and several other buildings.
Located in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Balmoral Castle is one of two personal and private residences owned by The Royal Family, unlike the Royal Palaces, that belong to the Crown. The Royal Family first became interested in Balmoral in 1847 when Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited Ardverikie on the edge of Loch Laggan in the west ...
It has become traditional for non-reigning members of the royal family to be buried here. The most recent burial was Sir Angus Ogilvy, husband of Princess Alexandra, a granddaughter of King George V, in 2005. Learn more about the other British Royal Residences here!
Het Loo House is the home of Princess Margriet and her husband Pieter van Vollenhoven. It is located on the grounds of Het Loo Palace, a former royal residence which is now a State museum. Wikipedia: Het Loo Palace; Drakesteijn Lage Vuursche, Baarn. Drakesteijn is a private residence owned by Queen Beatrix. She lived here from 1963 until 1981.