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Old 04-05-2006, 07:54 PM
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If William becomes King he would probably be buried in St. George's Chapel. As for the others more than likely the royal cemetery at Frogmore would be the place although they would be entitled to be buried where ever they chose. As for Beatrice, Eugenie and Zara it would probably depend on who they married as to where they would be buried.
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What can you tell me about the Peter and Paul Fortress and the Romanovs buried their any pics??
Here is a very good link which goes into depth on the burial church of the Romanov's. www.fortunecity.com/victorian/hornton/890/Petersbourg/PeterPaul.html.

www.findagrave.com has good pictures of some of the grave of the Tsars. Look under royalty and then under romanov.
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Old 04-06-2006, 04:36 AM
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Queen Alia Mausoleum
Amman, Jordan

http://archnet.org/library/sites/one...cl?site_id=425

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Old 04-06-2006, 05:30 AM
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Princess Leila Pahlavi's Tomb, at the Passy Cemetery in Paris

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...7&d=1122880257

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...5&d=1122884388

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...0&d=1122884608
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Old 04-06-2006, 07:51 AM
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The Dutch Sovereigns are buried at the New Church (Delft, De Nieuwe Kerk):
Not only the souvereigns, also most stadholders + families are burried there. The older Nassaus can also be found in Leeuwarden or Breda.
Funny story of the reburial of Stadholder Willem V. He died and was buried in England during the napoleontic wwars. Somewhere in the 20th century they reburied him in Delft. Queen Wilhelmina bluntly refused to attend the reburial as she referred to her anscastor as an 'idiot'.
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Old 04-06-2006, 03:30 PM
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Cathedral on Wawel Hill in Krakow (Cracow, Poland)

- There are tombs of almost all Polish Kings and their wifes from XIV to XVIII century.
- There weren't burial only six Polish Kings like: Ludwik I d'Anjou (king of Hungry and Poland), Władysław III of Varna, Aleksander Jagiellon, Henry III de Valois (King of Poland and France), August III Wettin (Elector of Saxony and King of Poland) and the last Polish King - Stanisław August Poniatowski.

On Cathedral's undergrounds are buried too: Józef Poniatowski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Adam Mickiewicz, Józef Pilsudski and Władysław Sikorski.

http://www.wawel.net/wawel_nowy_2.htm
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Old 04-06-2006, 04:34 PM
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Another excellent link : www.royaltyguide.nl. Marianne has done a wonderful
job creating this site. It cover all major european royal houses.
Great page!
Wow I never thought that so many people are buried in the main church of my hometown
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Seeing as we're on the topic of Royal deaths, here are two pics from Corbis.Com of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace lying in state.




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One more great link: http://homepage.mac.com/crowns/.
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Old 04-09-2006, 02:00 PM
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Final burial site for Princess Soraya in Westfriedhof Munich (Muenchen), Germany
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Willem V not buried in England

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Not only the souvereigns, also most stadholders + families are burried there. The older Nassaus can also be found in Leeuwarden or Breda.
Funny story of the reburial of Stadholder Willem V. He died and was buried in England during the napoleontic wwars. Somewhere in the 20th century they reburied him in Delft. Queen Wilhelmina bluntly refused to attend the reburial as she referred to her anscastor as an 'idiot'.
Prince Willem V was buried in Braunschweig (near Hannover, Germany) and after more than 150 years reburied in Delft.

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Prince Willem V was buried in Braunschweig (near Hannover, Germany) and after more than 150 years reburied in Delft.

True, he died while he was visiting his daughter Louise (and was burried there). Slip of the pen, I think. He lived in London for a while before he settled at Schloss Oranienstein, Dietz.
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I was just on the find a grave website looking at some Romanovs, and had to comment on the fabulous tombs of Tsar Alexander II and his wife. They are made out of some fancy stone, perhaps a type of gemstone, since I know Russia is famous for them. They really are worth a look!
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Are there any photos of the inside of King George V1 Memorial Chapel on line? I've seen some in Majesty Magazine but can't seem to find any on the internet
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Now I know that some BRF royals are buried at windsor castle but who is buried a frogmore, mostly Queen Victoria's family right? Oh and Westminster also have some royals buried there.
I also know that Danish royals buried at Roskilde and the Spanish royals at el Escorial
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Are there any photos of the inside of King George V1 Memorial Chapel on line? I've seen some in Majesty Magazine but can't seem to find any on the internet
There are a few pictures in the internet; this is the best one I have found:
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t...rialchapel.jpg

And here is a video about the dedication service of the King George VI Memorial Chapel, which take place in 1969; the interiors of the chapel can bee seen:
GEORGE VI MEMORIAL CHAPEL. - British Pathe
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Now I know that some BRF royals are buried at windsor castle but who is buried a frogmore, mostly Queen Victoria's family right? Oh and Westminster also have some royals buried there.
I also know that Danish royals buried at Roskilde and the Spanish royals at el Escorial
In this video you can see the internment of Queen Ingrid beside her husband grave, outside of Roskilde. Go to last video sequence of the funeral for the internment.

Begravelse - Dronning Ingrid - dr.dk/Bonanza
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Karin Månsdotter, wife of Erik XIV of Sweden, Karin Månsdotter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia , is buried in the cathedral of Turku, Finland. File:Karin Månsdottir's grave.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The remains of Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain were recently transfered to the Panteón de Reyes at El Escorial.
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