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Buckingham Palace: These are the craziest items from the souvenir shop

Royal fans who have already visited Buckingham Palace will probably also know the souvenir shop there. In addition to typical souvenirs, you will also find real curiosities here.

London – mugs, key rings, postcards & Co. are part of the standard range of a well-stocked souvenir shop. But it can also be more unusual! Tourists like to grab the occasionally strange souvenirs – the more bizarre, the better.

In addition to the well-known souvenir shop, which is located directly at Buckingham Palace in London, there is now also a “Royal Collection” online shop that sells all kinds of souvenirs from the British royal family. So if you are looking for a special decorative object or a fancy accessory with the face of Duchess Kate (39), Queen Elizabeth II (95), Prince Charles (73) or Prince William (39), you don’t have to travel to London. * presents even more curiosities from the palace souvenir shop here.

Among the typical souvenirs there are also some highlights such as buying wooden egg cups with the Imperial State Crown engraved on them or the “Buckingham Palace Dry Gin”. For 40 pounds, you can enjoy the fine wine at home, which, by the way, has been refined with herbs from the palace garden. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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