Place:Royal Burial Ground, Windsor, Berkshire, England


NameRoyal Burial Ground
Alt namesFrogmore Royal Burial Ground
Frogmore Royal Mausoleum
Coordinates51.474°N 0.598583°W
Located inWindsor, Berkshire, England


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The Royal Burial Ground is a cemetery used by the British Royal Family. It surrounds the Royal Mausoleum on the Frogmore Estate in the Home Park at Windsor in the English county of Berkshire. It was consecrated on 23 October 1928.

Since 1928, most members of the Royal Family, except for sovereigns and their consorts, have been interred here. Among those interred here are three of Queen Victoria's children (Princess Helena, 1846–1923; Prince Arthur, 1850–1942; Princess Louise, 1848–1939) as well as one former monarch (Edward VIII, 1894–1972, later the Duke of Windsor). In the adjacent Frogmore gardens is the mausoleum of Queen Victoria's mother.


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