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Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin will be transported to London on Tuesday

will be On Tuesday when the remains of Elizabeth II of England left Scotland for good To go to London, the capital of England. They will be taken to Buckingham Palace and a day later, there will be a new procession to Westminster, where a burning chapel Which will precede the state funeral, which has already been called on September 19.

This Sunday the funeral procession, consisting of Seven chariots He travels from Balmoral to Edinburgh, the Scottish capital, where he is scheduled to arrive around 7:00pm, Spanish Peninsula time. Princess Anne The eldest daughter of the late king is part of the procession. The coffin is covered with the royal banner corresponding to Scotland and a crown of flowers. Scotland’s Prime Minister, Nicola SturgeonBalmoral called “sad” and “touching” the moment Elizabeth II left her “beloved” Balmoral. “On her journey to Edinburgh, Scotland will pay tribute to an extraordinary woman,” he said on Twitter.

The procession will cover more than 280 km and will pass through the cities of Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen, Angus and Tayside before arriving in the capital of Scotland. Once you arrive in Edinburgh, you will stop at the Throne Room of Holyrood Palace, the main seat of Scotland’s monarchy. Already on Monday, a mass will be held in the Cathedral of San Gil that will be attended by the new king, Carlos III.

Edinburgh woke up on Sunday with a large security presence, and during the night, exercises were held to finalize all the details of the funeral procession, which is expected to attract a large number of citizens, according to BBC public radio.

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