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Free jigsaw puzzle online of the gates to Buckingham Palace. The palace is the principle residence of the British monarch.

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SANTACLAUS
Aug 12, 2017
One never gets over seeing the guards marching up and down at Buckingpalace and the gaurds, keeping there faces so stern, but now and again if you are lucky they give you a nice smile. Thank you team for choosing this one.
elijah13
Nov 27, 2016
Beautuful emblems on gates. Hard puzzle to do.
JAMP124
Aug 6, 2016
My dears, do come to tea this afternoon.
CatLadyOKC
Aug 6, 2016
Will be there in just a few minutes, need a break. Thanks for the invitation.
CaitlintheFish
Mar 7, 2015
When I did a tour of Europe on my Senior spring break (which was last year), we saw Buckingham Palace. I want to go back so bad sometime! It was so beautiful.
toadalove
Jun 17, 2014
Tough puzzle but pretty!
Barbaranne
Jul 21, 2013
Buckingham Palace is not so far from where I live, I love the building and its setting, the soldiers on guard and the changing of them. Often wondered if the Queen feels like going out and telling them to quieten down when the commands are barked or maybe she moves to the back of the palace. The gate are impressive and make a lovely puzzle that is not an easy one. Thank you C4J staff for including this in the 60th year of Queen Elizabeth's Coronation.
eileenjo1
Jul 21, 2013
You must live in a very exclusive part of London and very expensive. England is my home and I would love to be there at this time, I lived in Surrey and I miss London very much. Looking forward to hearing about the birth of Kate's babe, I think it will be a girl. All the best.
Basinda
Jul 21, 2013
I wanted to move there years ago. so did one of my sons, I still wish today I could but I will never have the funds to do that. I love USA but the history and beauty of a country that I have blood ties to, runs deep in me and when I visited Holland and Germany, It was Feb following 911 and I had just finished all my cancer treatments, It was so lovely even in the winter and I wanted to go to London but the Queen Mother had just passed on and I did not think it proper to go sightseeing in their time of mourning. God Bless England.
Barbaranne
Jul 21, 2013
Eileenjo1 I live in W4 we bought our home 103years ago, I think it will be a boy but as long as both are OK thats all that matters.
jiggler
Jul 22, 2013
Eileenjo, I grew up in Surrey, went to school at Rosebery Grammar in Epsom...oh, such a long time ago now (I came out to New Zealand in 1959, at 18! )
eileenjo1
Jul 22, 2013
Love New Zealand. I stopped on my way to Sydney to see my brother. I came to the USA at 19, so long ago I'm 74 now, I had a good life here in the US. God bless all of you.
SwampLady
Jul 22, 2013
Its a boy
eileenjo1
Jul 24, 2013
I was soo wrong about the sex of the little prince...oh well, I'm sure they will enjoy this little one. I watched tv almost all day. The crowds were really excited.
eileenjo1
Aug 19, 2013
I watched a documentary on PBS about the Palace from Henry 8th's time and forward. I used to love watching the changing of the guard and did so often.
jajac
Jul 21, 2013
Beautiful gates they must take lots of paints to keep them looking so nice! I was there 60 years ago they have not changed!!!
hope no one suffered with the quake in New Zeland...hello to all the jigglers
ginny212
Jul 21, 2013
I wonder when they paint them. Do you think in the middle of the night so as not to interfere with the tourists?
jiggler
Jul 22, 2013
Jajac, Wellington (our capital), and Seddon and Blenheim in the South Island had quite a shake-up - a bit of damage to buildings, burst water-mains etc, but no fatalities thank goodness. Where I live (Taranaki, North Island) things just swayed a bit - scared some folks, but I was too busy pruning my roses to worry!!!!
jajac
Jul 22, 2013
Glad you are o.k. rather a bad experience to feel a tremor, we had one not so long ago and it was very late evening and I felt it as I was in bed reading!!
ginny212
Jul 22, 2013
Glad you're okay Jiggler.
toadalove
Jul 21, 2013
My 2 favorite parts of the puzzle are when the clock clicks done and the melt of the puzzle together! This was quite the puzzle!
jiggler
Jul 22, 2013
Toadalove, I like that part too, when the puzzle comes clear and all the details show up...like pulling back a net curtain!
toadalove
Jul 22, 2013
I'm glad that someone else likes that part too! Have a great day!
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