Great Britain has released all stops to celebrate the 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II. 

Great Britain has released all stops to celebrate the 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II. 

On the ground, a parade played 1,400 soldiers, hundreds of horses and a swarm of royal superfans.

Sunday marks the end of a series of jubilee celebrations platinum during a four-day vacation

Which also presented street parties and picnics across the country. Here is an overview of some 

Of the most memorable moments The Royal Air Force "Flypast" formed the number "70" 

Above London during the herd of the color show Thursday - to the pleasure of certain inhabitants

Who saw them roar on their houses, and at the Queen, who Smiles watching.

The red arrows of the Royal Air Force also occurred during the celebration of the jubilee, leaving paths of red

white and blue behind them. The members of the emotional crowd told Washington Post that they wanted 

To thank the queen for a service life. With closed eyes tight and his hands firmly on his royal ears,

To thank the queen for a service life. With closed eyes tight and his hands firmly on his royal ears,

The birthday of his great-grandcho was far too strong

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