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On the access road to British Sandringham Palace in Norfolk began to establish borders. Line fences a mile long designed to protect Elizabeth II, writes The Sun.
The Queen received the estate in personal property by inheritance from her father, George VI. She lives in the Palace every winter, until the sixth of February (the anniversary of the death of the monarch). But in recent years the flow of tourists increased, so the decision was made to hide Elizabeth from the influx of tourists.
Curb height of one foot (about 30 centimeters) starts on the road that leads directly to the residence. Previously, visitors or leave the machine here on the sidelines, or on two free sites. But now they did pay three euros for two hours.
Local residents complain that the fences look terrible. “All the roadside covered with dirt and it really ruins a beautiful view of the green road leading to the estate”, they say. In administering the estate, the company said that the border build after the public hearings and it is not a surprise.
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