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  • Michelle Nasello

    "Ceremony of the Keys", Tower of London. Every night since 1280, Together, the Chief Yeoman Warder and the Yeoman Warder 'Watchman' secure the main gates of the Tower. I went to this, it was so awesome.

  • Лилу

    secret door lighted by lantern...

  • Cindy Marcum

    Tower of London-Ceremony of the Keys - Double click on the photo to Design Sell a #travel guide to #London

  • CAPA Study Abroad

    There are various ceremony of the keys events that take place, including in Edinburgh and Gibraltar, but the most famous is at the Tower of London. This photo came from the Spitalfields Life blog, one of our favorite London blogs at CAPA International Education. We're recommend clicking through to read more about the ceremony. On your CAPA London program you'll have a chance to visit the Tower of London and learn about all different aspects of British history and tradition.

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