Horse Guards

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Horse Guards

pl n
1. (Military) the cavalry regiment that, together with the Life Guards, comprises the cavalry part of the British sovereign's Household Brigade
2. (Placename) their headquarters in Whitehall, London: also the headquarters of the British Army
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It can be found within The Royal Horseguards Hotel but not many people are aware that you don't have to be a hotel resident to have a drink in its garden.
A few days ahead of the traditional Trooping the Color ceremony on Horseguards Parade that marks the Queen's official birthday, the British Embassy in Manila held its own celebration.
Horseguards Road, the road between Downing Street and St.
The National Museum of Qatar won the international award for 'Facade Design and Engineering of the Year' at the ABB LEAF (Leading European Architecture Forum) Awards, held at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in London recently, Qatar Museums (QM) has announced.
"The London 2012 Olympics saw beach volleyball played at Horseguards Parade for the first time and we would like to see more being played across the UK.
The Royal Horseguards hotel in Whitehall, London, occupies a landmark Victorian building, once the HQ of MI6.
To be told to "drop her off" at Horseguards Parade as if she were a parcel is in my opinion wrong.
The MoU was signed at Huaweis UK & Ireland Partner Convention at The Royal Horseguards Hotel, London in front of an audience of over 130 representatives from Huaweis existing and potential partners and suppliers gathered to discuss the cooperation and potential business opportunities.
Mr Osborne tweeted: "Trying to write my Budget, despite noisy episode of @BBC_TopGear being filmed outside on Horseguards Parade.
He tweeted: "Trying to write my Budget,despite noisy episode of @BBC-TopGear being filmed outside on Horseguards Parade.