Caernarfon Castle Slate Throne
The slate throne used by Queen Elizebeth II during the investitute ceremony of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle in northwest Wales. A castle originally stood on the site dating back to the late 11th century, but in the late 13th century King Edward I commissioned a new structure that stands to this day. It has distinctive towers and is one of the best preserved of the series of castles Edward I commissioned.
- Caernarfon Castle Slate Throne (L162124649).tif
- © 2012 David Coleman
- Image Size
- 4256x2832 / 15.7MB
- Contained in galleries
- Caernarfon Castle / Caernarfon / Wales