Windsor Castle

In the 15th century, King Edward IV began building the current chapel of St. George.

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It is a chapel built in the style of late medieval Perpendicular Gothic. It is both a church under the direct jurisdiction of the monarch and a Chapel of the Order of the Garter.

From the 15th century, the Chapel of St. George and nearby Frogmore Gardens replaced Westminster Abbey as the chosen burial place of the British royal family.