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Long Walk Windsor (copper horse end)
England

The Long Walk is a straight path that links Windsor Castle with Snow Hill in Windsor Great Park. From the Castle gate to the foot of the statue of King George II (The Copper Horse) The long walk measures 2.64 miles. Snow Hill was where, King Henry VIII sat and waited for news of the execution of his second wife, Queen Anne Boleyn.

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