Olympic rings on a banner outside Horse Guards where a soldier from the Household Cavalry sits motionless on his horse during the London 2012 Olympics. Wrought iron railings are seen behind the banner at the sports venue hosting the volleyball in the centre of Westminster where governmental offices are located. The British Household Cavalry is classed as a corps in its own right, and consists of two regiments: Life Guards (British Army) and the Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons). They are the senior regular regiments in the British Army, with traditions dating from 1660.

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Olympic rings on a banner outside Horse Guards where a soldier from the Household Cavalry sits motionless on his horse during the London 2012 Olympics. Wrought iron railings are seen behind the banner at the sports venue hosting the volleyball in the centre of Westminster where governmental offices are located. The British Household Cavalry is classed as a corps in its own right, and consists of two regiments: Life Guards (British Army) and the Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons). They are the senior regular regiments in the British Army, with traditions dating from 1660.
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Location: Whitehall, Westminster, London, England UK