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Royal Mews

The Royal Mews are the stables and garage of Buckingham Palace in London. The State Coach is kept there, along with about 30 horses.

It is to the south of Buckingham Palace Gardens, near Grosvenor Place.

The stables have been there since 1760 when George III moved his collection of carriages and some horses there, to be closer to the recently acquired Buckingham Palace. The current buildings were designed by John Nash and were completed in 1825, and have been modified extensively since.

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