Europe's grandest royal tombs

Tomb of Queen Victoria, England: The final resting place of British monarch Queen Victoria (1819–1901) is the Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore, near Windsor Castle.

Tomb of Queen Victoria, England: The final resting place of British monarch Queen Victoria (1819–1901) is the Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore, near Windsor Castle.

Tomb of Queen Margrethe I, Denmark: One of the most sumptuous and elegant of European royal tombs is that of Queen Margrethe.

Tomb of Napoleon, France: Napoleon Bonaparte (1769–1821), Emperor of the French, is interred in the Dôme des Invalides, one of the most recognized of Parisian landmarks.

Tomb of Charles VI, Austria: The imposing and overworked tomb of Holy Roman Emperor Charles.

Tomb of Louis IV, Germany: The final resting place of Louis IV (1282–1347), Holy Roman Emperor from 1328 until his death.

Tomb of King John, England: King John (1166–1216) was King of England from 1199 until his death.

Tomb of Peter I, Portugal: The remains of King Pedro I (1320–1367) are set in an ornate marble tomb in the Monastery of Batalha, in central Portugal.

Tomb of King Henry II, France: King Henry II of France (1519–1559) is buried alongside his wife.

Tomb of William of Orange, Netherlands: The Nieuwe Kerk in Delf is the final resting place of William of Orange (1533–1584). 

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