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About The Mall

The Mall is the name of one of London's most famous streets. It stretches from Buckingham Palace at its western end to Admiralty Arch at its eastern end, where it runs close to Trafalgar Square, at its southern end is Green Park and St James Palace.

It was created at the end of the 19th century as a ceremonial route for the Royal Family to use. The Horse Guards Parade, where the Trooping of the Colour ceremony takes place is located just off its eastern end. The Queen Victoria Memorial was erected close to the gates of Buckingham Palace to mark the opening of The Mall.

During ceremonial occasions and on Sundays and Public Holidays it is completely closed to traffic. The Queen is regularly escorted up The Mall in the Royal Carriage during which time it is lined with Union Jack flags and huge crowds gather.

During the VE celebrations to mark the end of end of the Second World War The Mall became the centre point of the celebrations. In 2002 over one million people gathered along the route to mark The Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations.

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The Mall, SW1A 1BA, London, United Kingdom

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