Royal Wedding Parade Route

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With the Royal Wedding happening few hours from now, people start lining up the parade route between Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace in London. As announced, the Royal Wedding schedule will start at 3:00 am with an announcement from the Queen’s office stating the titles that Prince William and Kate Middleton will take.

For those who will be following the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William, whether live on television or by live stream video by internet on the day of the Royal Wedding event, you can track their route through the Royal Wedding parade route below:

The procession will begin from the Buckingham Palace to the Westminster Abbey where the wedding would took place then back to the Buckingham Palace for the reception to be hosted by Her Majesty, the Queen. We’ve marked locations of interest on the map, including all the important royal landmarks along the route and below are some of them:

  1. The Buckingham Palace – located on St. Jame’s Park, this palace is the residence of the British Monarchy
  2. Clarence House – this place is where the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Prince Harry resides.
  3. The Mall – this road is the main road for the royal wedding ceremony, this is also known to be the centre of celebration wherein it can house up to a million people.
  4. House Guards Parade – is the parade  ground backing onto St. James Park
  5. Woman of World War 2 Monument – this was the monument dedicated by the Queen to woman’s dedication and help during the World War 2
  6. Downing Street – official residence of most Senior British Cabinet members
  7. Foreign and Commonwealth Office – the office responsible for overseas connection of United Kingdom
  8. Cenotaph –  designed in remembrance of the Victim of World War 1
  9. HM Treasury – serves as a vault of the royal riches but later changed into the holding pin of British economy
  10. House of the Parliaments and Big Ben – also known as the Palace of Westminster, known for housing royal ceremonies
  11. Westminster Abbey – the second largest Catholic church, also houses royal traditional ceremonies as well as royal coronations etc.