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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66646: Castles and British Palaces
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    Castles and British Palaces

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    1.  Situated in London,this palace is the principal residence of the Queen.

    2.  This castle went into fire in 1992.

    3.  Situated in Edinburgh,it was used as the principal residence of the Kings and Queens of Scotland.

    4.  Situated in the area of Aberdeenshire,it's the favourite summer residence of the British royal family.

    5.  Situated in Norfolk,it is the private residence of the royal family.

    6.  This palace was the residence of Princess Diana until 1997.

    7.  Along the Thames,this palace shelters the House of Lords and the House of Commons.

    8.  This fortress was built by William the Conqueror in 1078.

    9.  An international festival of military brass and bands takes place every year in this castle in August.

    10.  Built by Edward I of England.In 1969,Charles the elder son of Queen Elizabeth II received the prince's nomination of Wales.

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