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Q: What is the nickname of the guards outside Buckingham palace?
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What is the name for the guards at Buckingham Palace?

The guards are usually refered to as Guardsmen.

What is the name of the hat that the guards who stand outside Buckingham palace wear?

the tall bearskin hat is called a shako.

How long do Buckingham Palace Guards stand?

1-2 days

What is the nickname for Buckingham Palace?

It is sometimes referred to as Buck House.

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How far is Horse Guards parade from Buckingham Palace?

15 minutes to walk

Who did the song they're changing guards at buckingham palace ask Alice?

"Buckingham Palace" - Anne Stephens (1941). Frequently heard on BBC's Children's Favourites radio programme.

In front of which London Palace does the Changing of the Guards take place?

The Changing Guard at Buckingham Palace. Christopher Robin was there with Alice.

How do you become a Buckingham Palace guard?

You join a Regiment in the British Military that do that. You have the Scottish guards, Irish Guards, Welsh Guards, Grenadier Guards, RAF Regiment 61 Squadren

What is the fountain outside Buckingham palace called?

Victoria Memorial

Who guards buckingham palace?

Buckingham Palace is guarded by the Queen's Guard. The Queens Guard is also stationed at St. James Palace, the Tower of London and Windsor Castle.

How many guards does Queen Elizabeth have?

The royal guards!! DUH!!!!AnswerI assume you refer to the British Royal Guards. For any country, the Royal Guards are the special troops that protect the monoarchy and they may be called the "Palace Guards". For England, the Palace Guards are divided into 5 infantry regiments and two cavalry regiments. The names of these regiments used to guard Buckingham Palace and the other royal residences are:The Grenadier GuardsThe Coldstream GuardsThe Welsch GuardsThe Irish GuardsThe Scots GuardsThe Royal Horse Guards or The Blues and the RoyalsIn Britain the Queen's Life Guard, (cavalry), and Queen's Guard, ( foot guards), protect Buckingham Palace and other royal residences.The Life Guards stand guard at Horse Guards, the official entrance to Buckingham and St James Palace.The Queen's Guard, drawn normally from one of the five regiments of foot guards, stand guard at Buckingham Palace, St James Palace, Clarence House and the Tower of London. Source: