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  1. St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England is a chapel built in the late-medieval Perpendicular Gothic style. It is both a Royal Peculiar (a church under the direct jurisdiction of the monarch) and the Chapel of the Order of the Garter.

  2. St George's Chapel is the church at Windsor Castle in England. The chapel is governed by the Dean and Canons of Windsor and is found in the Lower Ward of the castle. The status of the Abbey is that of a Royal Peculiar. This means it is place of worship that falls directly under the jurisdiction of the British monarch, rather than under a bishop.

  3. The Choir of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle exists to sing services in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.. It has been in existence since 1348 and, with the exception of the Commonwealth period (1649–1660), has sung services in the Chapel continuously ever since.

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    • Funeral of Lady Gowrie
    • Queen =/= Queen Consort
    • Tomb Effigies
    • Choir Or Quire?
    • Extra Information About Burials
    • Anglo Catholic?
    • Dissolution of The Monasteries, 1536-1541

    The introduction to the article is incorrect. The 1992 fire at Windsor Castle DID NOT start in St. George's Chapel, and in fact DID NOT impact the chapel in any way. The State rooms that were burnt were hundreds of yards to the north of the Chapel. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 98.228.131.184 (talk) 19:47, 26 October 2008 (UTC) 1. Yes you are correct. I've removed this statement from the article. Dr pda (talk) 22:15, 26 October 2008 (UTC) Also, near the beginning it says that the chapel had relics including the body of Henry IV--this is a transposition error. Henry IV is buried at Canterbury. It should be Henry VI who was reburied there in 1484, as the article later explains. Bkhaip (talk) 20:23, 3 May 2009 (UTC)

    I've just written an article on Zara, Countess of Gowrie and I'm wanting to add some information here, but I'm not sure where to put it. I have a cite that says her funeral was held in St. George's Chapel on 30 July 1965, but I'm wondering if it's usual for non-royals to have their funerals here, or was there some special reason why permission was granted in her case? Also, Dame Joan Hammond made her final public appearance by singing at the funeral, and apparently she was the first woman ever granted permission to sing at the Chapel, but there's nothing currently in the article about singers being men only. Before I do anything, can someone verify my information is correct? Thanks. -- JackofOz (talk) 03:33, 26 May 2009 (UTC) 1. I see that the current (2nd) Earl of Gowrie is a “long-time friend of Charles and Camilla”. He succeeded his grandfather in 1955 (when he was 16), and his grandmother the Dowager Countess of Gowrie (Zara) died in 1965, when he was 26. Prince Charles was only...

    I would like to point out that in the part of "Burials", Alexandra of Denmark and Elizabeth Woodville are listed as "Queen", whereas they are infact 'only' Queen consort. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 87.188.27.146 (talk) 04:10, 27 December 2013 (UTC) 1. Common usage is Queen, whether a consort or a regnant. You don't see HM going by Queen Regnant Elizabeth II, nor did you see her mother going by Queen Consort Elizabeth. ScarletRibbons (talk) 02:33, 5 June 2015 (UTC)

    Being that this is Henry's project, and he and his wife are buried there, seems a shame that there isn't a pic of their tomb. All I can find on Commons is a B&W closeup of Elizabeth of York's head. ScarletRibbons (talk) 02:40, 5 June 2015 (UTC)

    Both "Choir of St. George's Chapel" and "Quire of St. George's Chapel" are used within article. To be consistent, shouldn't the same word be used throughout? If yes, I'm not British and I don't know which word is preferred. Bunkyray5 (talk) 03:21, 30 May 2018 (UTC) 1. Hello, the answer is "no". The word 'choir' refers to the body of people that make up the singing contingent called a choir. The 'quire' refers to the space within the chancel area of a church where the choir sings in appointed stalls. Hope that helps.Ds1994 (talk) 15:33, 19 May 2019 (UTC) 1.1. Both spellings now admissible. However, the text has been heavily edited by editors not fully up to speed with English. A group of canons IS a chapter and is not directed by "it". There are also instances of confusing definite and indefinite articles and sticking refs in mid-sentence! Whoever wrote the Chantry section did not understand what the word means, hence more confusion. Brave attempts nonetheless.--Po Mieczu (talk) 01:0...

    Is there any extra information about the burial locations available? Or maybe photo's of the locations? — Preceding unsigned comment added by AfwasSysteem (talk • contribs) 19:34, 19 April 2021 (UTC)

    The article states worship at the chapel is Anglo Catholic. If this is correct it means s St George’s Chapel is unique among the chapels royal which all adhere to the Book of Common Prayer of 1662. Giano (talk)21:33, 5 June 2021 (UTC)

    What effect did the Dissolution of the Monasterieshave on St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle? 1. Very little as it was already the private property of King Henry VIII. He declared the Chapel to be exempt from any new church laws and confiscations. Giano (talk)12:38, 16 August 2021 (UTC)

  4. St George's School, Windsor Castle is a coeducational independent preparatory school in Windsor, near London, England.Founded to provide choirboys for the Choir of St George's Chapel, it now educates over 400 boys and girls.

    • Äußeres
    • Inneres
    • Weitere Gebäude

    Die freistehende, turmlose St George’s Chapel beherrscht den unteren Burghof (Lower Ward) von Windsor Castle. Obwohl sie offiziell nur den Rang einer Kapelle hat, besitzt sie mit 237 Fuß (etwa 72 m) Länge die Größe mancher Kathedralen. Das aus hellem Sandstein errichtete Bauwerk gilt als eines der Hauptwerke des späten Perpendicular Style. Das Äußere wird geprägt durch die großen Fenster und die reich verzierten Strebebögen. Das flachgedeckte Dach ist nicht sichtbar, stattdessen wird der Bau von einer Brüstung mit Fialen abgeschlossen, die Wappentiere der Häuser Lancaster und York wie Falke, Hirsch, Drache und andere Tiere darstellen. Das ausgeprägte Querhaus befindet sich in der Mitte der Kapelle, sodass das Hauptschiff und der Chorraum jeweils sieben Joche haben. Sowohl Hauptschiff als auch Chorraum haben zwei niedrige Seitenschiffe, im Osten wird der Chorraum durch eine einschiffige ehemalige Lady Chapel mit polygonalemAbschluss fortgesetzt.

    Das durch die großen Fenster helle Kircheninnere beeindruckt durch das reich gegliederte Fächergewölbe. Von der Ausstattung der Kapelle sind besonders das prächtige, aus Eiche geschnitzte Chorgestühl für die Ritter des Hosenbandordens, über denen die Banner der aktuellen Mitglieder hängen, sowie die Wappenschilde von über 700 früheren Mitgliedern des Ordens hervorzuheben. Das über 9 m hohe und fast 9 m breite Westfenster gilt als eines der größten Buntglasfenster in Großbritannien, der Großteil der 75 Glasmalereien stammt noch aus dem frühen 16. Jahrhundert. In der Kapelle befinden sich die Gräber von zehn Königen, von zahlreichen anderen Angehörigen der Königsfamilie und von weiteren Angehörigen des Hochadels. Zu den aufwendigsten Grabdenkmälern gehört das von Matthew Cotes Wyatt geschaffene Grabdenkmal für Prinzessin Charlotte in der Urswick Chapel. Die Albert Memorial Chapel wurde im 19. Jahrhundert reich mit Marmor, Mosaiken, Skulpturen und Glasmalereien im neugotischen Stilgesc...

    Nördlich der Kapelle befinden sich die Gebäude, die zwischen 1350 und 1357 als Wohnungen für die Kanoniker errichtet wurden, sowie die Anfang des 15. Jahrhunderts für die Vikare errichtete Common Hall. Dieses Gebäude beherbergt das Archiv und die Bibliothek des Stiftes. Das wegen seiner Form so genannte Horseshoe Cloisteram Westende der Kapelle wurde zwischen 1478 und 1481 für die Vikare erbaut.

  5. Windsor Castle grounds cover 52,609 square metres (13.000 acres) and combines the features of a fortification, a palace, and a small town. The present-day castle was created during a sequence of phased building projects, culminating in the reconstruction work after a fire in 1992.

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