To mark the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s reign, the United Kingdom is celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee, and Reuters reports that the celebrations will reach the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and around the world.
Queen Elizabeth, 95, is the first British monarch to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of the long-ruling British monarch, and she will have a four-day holiday that begins on Thursday, June 2 and ends on June 6.
A tall tree statue was erected in front of Buckingham Palace, and the 21-meter-tall Platinum Jubilee Building was completed with 350 trees grown in Britain.
Some important events involve a lot of training to get everything right. The co-pilots of Buckingham Palace flew into the sky to protect themselves from any mishap during the big day and a large gold coin – 22 cm in diameter and weighing 15 kg – was produced by the Royal Mint.
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The streets are decorated with flags
Statue of Queen Elizabeth
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Stereoscopic tree of the image of the Queen
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Image of Queen Elizabeth
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