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Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) was the longest-ruling queen in English history. Her two biggest accomplishments were re-establishing the Church of England and ending the war with France that was underway when she took the...

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Elizabeth Tudor was queen of England for 45 years, and her reign is referred to as the Elizabethan era or the Golden Age of England. When she first ascended to the throne, Elizabeth inherited a bankrupt nation, torn by r...

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Queen Elizabeth II is famous for her conservative dress, her reserved personality, and as of October 2014, for never giving an interview to the press. She was third in line for the throne and became queen in 1952 when he...

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Queen Elizabeth reigned for 45 years, from 1558 to 1603. She was born in 1533 and was 25 at the time of her ascent to power; she reigned until her death at age 70.

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Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom has four children: Charles, Anne, Edward and Andrew. As the oldest, Charles is the heir apparent. Queen Elizabeth also has eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

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The Queen Elizabeth pocket beagle, simply known as the queen's beagle, is a small breed available in two varieties: standard and miniature. The standard version is 9 to 13 inches in height and 12 to 20 pounds in weight, ...

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Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth. However, the Queen also has many other official residences in Great Britain at which she stays while on vacation or while travelling.

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