Buckingham Palace's Entrance is one of London's most recognized and beloved landmarks. Located in Greater London, United Kingdom, the grand, red-brick gate with its two stone sentry boxes has become a symbol of the British Monarchy. Created by Queen Victoria in 1837, the magnificent entrance, surrounded by four staircases, is one of the most iconic and photographic locations in London. Adjacent to the lively, busy Elizabeth Street, the entrance is also easily accessible on foot or by public transportation, making it an easy to visit destination for all types of travelers. Although the interior of the palace can't be accessed, visitors can admire the exterior of the building, take photographs, and view the vast gardens and grandeur surrounding the enormous complex.
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