The History of Buckingham Palace Quiz
How much do you know about the official royal palace of the British monarch? 8 questions 8 Questions.
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The core of Buckingham Palace was a large town house built in 1705. What was this town house called?
This town house was acquired in 1761 as a private residence for Queen Charlotte - by who?
Under whose reign did Buckingham Palace finally become the official royal palace of the British monarch?
And in what year?
When were the last major structural additions made to the palace?
late 18th - early 19th century
late 19th - early 20th century
mid 18th - early 19th century
mid 19th - early 20th century
The palace chapel was destroyed by a German bomb in WW2, and the Queen's Gallery was built on the site. In what year did it open?
The Buckingham Palace garden is the largest private garden in London?
The interior dimensions of the palace are 108m x 120m x 24m high. How much overall floorspace is there?
Over 50,000 square metres
Over 65,000 square metres
Over 70,000 square metres
Over 77,000 square metres
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