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The Throne Room at Buckingham Palace

The Throne Room at Buckingham Palace summons up the history and pageantry associated with the working Monarchy like no other space in the building. Over the past two centuries, the room has had many uses: from the setting for spectacular balls in the reign of Queen Victoria to Investitures held by King George V. Today it is a place where people from all walks of life are invited to celebrate success in many different areas of national life, and where members of the Royal Family host occasions for the general public and international political figures as well as their own personal special occasions.