“Sensation” from Coburg

Until 1917 Windsor was called Saxe-Coburg. The last ruler of Coburg was Duke Carl-Eduard the grandson of Prince Albert and Queen Victoria; Prince Andreas, today heads the House of Sachs-Coburg and Gotha, so is a great-great-great-grandson like Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

Saxe-Coburg and Andreas Prince of Gotha would therefore write two letters of condolence, one to the Queen and one to the Crown King Charles. And he welcomes the fact that Coburg is the Book of Condolence.

Prince Andreas has signed, as did his son Hereditary Prince Hubertus and Lord Mayor Dominic Sauertig (SP). From Tuesday, the Book of Mourning will be on display in the first floor foyer of the City Hall, hoisted by the flag of the United Kingdom, for about two weeks. If you want to register, you can do regular opening hours (Monday to Wednesday 8.30 am to 3.30 pm, Thursday 8.30 am to 6 pm, Friday 8.30 am to 12 noon, Saturday 9 am to 12 noon ) Can come to the town hall. . Due to the state of the epidemic, we ask that everyone bring their pen to sign. Disinfectant is available on site. After about two weeks, Lord Mayor Soretig assured that the book of condolence should be sent personally to the Queen to England.

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