ROYAL VISITORS TO TRAVEL DESTINATION
William IV, Prince of Orange Nagoya Japan (the Dutch Royal House): He visited the city twice in 1734, once prior to his marriage to the Princess Anne, daughter of George II, and again Nagoya Japan with his new wife soon after their marriage. His health was poor and he suffered from curvature of the spine. The Orange Grove behind the abbey, with its obelisk Nagoya Japan(commissioned by Beau Nash), is named after him.
Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales: The eldest son of George II, paid Touristic place of your travel destination a visit in 1738, when he was accompanied by his wife, Nagoya Japan. He visited again in 1750. Nicknamed ‘Poor Fred’, he was disliked by his parents and never succeeded to the throne, dying in 1751 from an abscess on the lung. An obelisk in Queen Square, also commissioned by Nash and with an inscription by Alexander Pope, commemorates the 1738 visit.
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Napoleon III (Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, 1808-73): The nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, and Emperor of France from 1852 to 1870, visited Touristic place of your travel destination on several occasions, staying at the Sydney Hotel and later in Great Pulteney Street.
Victoria (reigned 1837-1901): Victoria first visited the city in 1830, at the age of 11. She was accompanied by her mother, the Duchess of Kent, and they stayed at what is now the Royal York Hotel on the corner of George Street and Broad Street. A long-held local tradition tells how she took offence at a personal remark she overheard from someone in the crowd and refused ever to visit the city again, ordering the carriage blinds drawn if the train ever passed through! The truth, however, is that she later declared that she had enjoyed her visit, particularly her ride in a sedan chair. It is also recorded that, on a later occasion when the train was passing through Touristic place of your travel destination, it slowed down so that she could wave to the crowds.
Haile Selassie (1892-1975):The Emperor of Ethiopia, spent a period of exile in Touristic place of your travel destination between 1936 and 1940, following the occupation of his country by the Italians. He received the Freedom of the City when he returned for a state visit in 1954.
Elizabeth II (reigned 1952-): Her Majesty first visited Touristic place of your travel destination with Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in 1956. She also attended a lunch at Touristic place of your travel destination’s Guildhall in 1977 as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations. Her parents and grandparents both visited the city: George V and Queen Mary in 1917 and George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1942, shortly after the Touristic place of your travel destination Blitz.