Then we walked together through Windsor Castle's Central Garden and visited George's Church in the Lower District. This is the Royal Chapel in the castle, which is not allowed to take photos, but can continue to listen to the guide's Chinese explanations. The whole church is not only tall and solemn, but also unique because there are many tombs of kings and queens in the church. Here we see the cemetery of Queen Elizabeth's parents, and in the exit corridor of the church are pictures of Queen Elizabeth II's life, from her infancy after birth to her latest ninetieth birthday. This is one of the world's Top Royal women. Her life's legends blend in with her outstanding performance since her succession to the throne in 1952.
St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle is a model of Gothic architecture in England. The fanned vault arches from the corridors are magnificent. Major religious ceremonies and the annual Garde Knight Honor Ceremony are held here. It is also a royal cemetery, where the kings and queens of all dynasties have been buried since the 15th century. The inner hall is quite beautiful and gorgeous, unfortunately, photography is strictly prohibited.
On the top pillars of the exterior walls, beautifully carved small animals with flagpoles were originally lightning rods. Walking in and visiting, I came across an inscription on the ground that recorded Henry VIII and his third wife, Jane Seymour, where Charles I was buried. It's strange why they don't have their own sarcophagus, like other kings and queens, for future generations to look up to and consult the clergy around them before they know why.
As a Catholic country, churches and chapels can be seen in almost every street in Britain. St. George s Chapel, St. George's Chapel, actually has several places in Britain, and this St. George s Chapel is located in Windsor Castle, which is considered as a private Royal church. Apart from Royal activities, this chapel is open to the public. The whole building is not tall in height, but the interior is also very complete and beautiful. Glass windows are painted in traditional style, because you can't take photos, you still need to appreciate it personally.
What I envy is not so many sceneries and churches in Britain, but their beliefs in this country. There are so many people who believe in churches in Britain. Affected by them, I came to this church specially. The church is very big, the decoration is very good, and it's also great to pray here to wash the soul.
The church is very large. Inside Windsor Castle, the building has a very elegant appearance. When visiting the interior, according to the number marked, the corresponding contents in the lecturer will be explained in detail. When visiting, we must use an interpreter, otherwise we can only watch the flowers on foot.