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Queen Elizabeth II can’t sit on the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones.

Queen Elizabeth II can’t sit on the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones

Queen Elizabeth II wasn't allowed to sit on the Iron Throne when she visited the 'Game of Thrones' set. ... "Apparently the Queen of England is not allowed to sit on a foreign throne," showrunner David Beionff explained in a recent appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The oversized, bejeweled chair on which a king or queen sits is called a throne. Monarchs — kings and queens — sit on thrones on special ceremonial occasions, and so do religious figures such as bishops and popes.

It was built by the U.S. Army in 1862 during the Civil War. The Iron Throne will remain on display through Monday at 7 p.m. in the basement of Fort Totten, and yes, fans can come by and get pictures sitting on the seat made of swords during regular operating hours

The Throne Room at Buckingham Palace summons up the history and pageantry associated with the working Monarchy like no other space in the building. Over the past two centuries, the room has had many uses: from the setting for spectacular balls in the reign of Queen Victoria to Investitures held by King George V.

The throne symbolizes power in a sense that a person in audience with the king sitting on a throne will be force to look up on him even if it against his own will.

A monarch is always to the right of lesser ranks and Britain doesn't have a king so the queen sits to the right of him because she is of higher rank.

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