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  1. The Crown Estate is an independent commercial business, created by an Act of Parliament, with a diverse portfolio of UK buildings, shoreline, seabed, forestry, agriculture and common land. The...

  2. Some are royal palaces, owned by the state and held in trust by the monarch; others are privately owned. Balmoral Castle and Sandringham House have been inherited as private property for several generations. Other royal palaces are no longer residences (e.g. the Palace of Westminster, the Palace of Whitehall ).

  3. Anexo:Cuarta temporada de The Crown - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Anexo:Cuarta temporada de The Crown La cuarta temporada de The Crown, que sigue la vida y el reinado de la reina Isabel II, fue publicada por Netflix el 15 de noviembre de 2020. 3

  4. › wiki › The_CrownThe Crown - Wikipedia

    The Crown. The Crown is een Britse historische dramaserie van scenarioschrijver Peter Morgan. De serie vertelt een biografisch verhaal over de regeerperiode van koningin Elizabeth II van het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Het eerste seizoen ging op 4 november 2016 in première op Netflix. De serie werd gemaakt met een budget van € 110 miljoen per ...

  5. The Crown Estate’s portfolio includes extensive property interests in London and across the UK, a substantial rural holding and Windsor Great Park. It also manages the seabed around England, Wales and Northern Ireland and plays a major role in the UK’s world leading offshore wind sector.

  6. The Crown Estates - The majority of royal Assets managed by the government but owned by the royal family. This is where the Royals get there money not from taxes but Profits from assets they own. The Government keeps70% of revenue and the other 30% is for the Royal Family.

  7. Answer (1 of 4): Just to make it a little bit easier to understand, it’s owned by the office of the Queen. It comes with the position. The monarch is an eternal office, except for the 11 years of the 17th Century Interregnum.