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Coronation in London

 

On January 14, 1559, the day before her coronation, Queen Elizabeth rode through the streets of London to greet her people. The Queen traveled from the Tower of London to Westminster.

 

 

Roll your mouse over the map to see where her procession started and ended.

 

The route she took was almost four miles long.

 

Along the way, she saw many pageants. These pageants were performed for the queen by children.

 

 



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