A Horse Guard in Whitehall, London, England, United Kindom by James Emmerson This horse and all of them are as "at attention" as the rider. Fantastic training !!!

A Horse Guard in Whitehall, London, England, United Kindom by James Emmerson This horse and all of them are as "at attention" as the rider. Fantastic training !!!

Horse Guards Parade

Horse Guards Parade

British Army feeling festive. The Life Guards riding on to Horse Guards Parade, in London, in the snow. Photographer Sergeant Adrian Harlen; Crown copyright.

British Army feeling festive. The Life Guards riding on to Horse Guards Parade, in London, in the snow. Photographer Sergeant Adrian Harlen; Crown copyright.

Horse Guards Parade Every morning the ceremony of Changing of the Guard takes place at Horse Guards Parade (11:00 Monday - Saturday, 10:00 Sunday).

Horse Guards Parade Every morning the ceremony of Changing of the Guard takes place at Horse Guards Parade (11:00 Monday - Saturday, 10:00 Sunday).

Remarkable aerial scene of London and Horse Guards Parade. Surviving part of Whitehall Palace, built by Henry VIII called then The Tilt Yard where his knights would practice tilting (jousting)

The pictures which show you don't need to fly to exotic climes to watch a stunning volleyball game as the women's teams electrify Horse Guards Parade

Remarkable aerial scene of London and Horse Guards Parade. Surviving part of Whitehall Palace, built by Henry VIII called then The Tilt Yard where his knights would practice tilting (jousting)

Horse Guards Parade lies at the eastern end of St. James’s Park. One side lays open to the park, the other enters into Whitehall. Guarded by two cavalrymen of the Household Division, a throwback to its days as a Palace. The parade ground itself is bordered by an assortment of historical buildings, and the iron-gated entrance to Downing Street. It is also home to numerous statues of military generals, including Lord Kitchener and the Queen’s cousin Lord Mountbatten (killed by the IRA in…

Horse Guards Parade lies at the eastern end of St. James’s Park. One side lays open to the park, the other enters into Whitehall. Guarded by two cavalrymen of the Household Division, a throwback to its days as a Palace. The parade ground itself is bordered by an assortment of historical buildings, and the iron-gated entrance to Downing Street. It is also home to numerous statues of military generals, including Lord Kitchener and the Queen’s cousin Lord Mountbatten (killed by the IRA in…

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