‘Stone Of Destiny’ To Be Transported From Edinburgh For the Coronation Of King Charles III (Pictures)

The Coronation Stone, also known as Stone of Cone or Stone of Destiny, is a very important symbol for every royal ceremony, especially coronations.

The red sandstone weighs about 152kg and is guided in the Crownroom of Edinburgh Castle. However, because of the coronation of King Charles, the Historic Environment Scotland, will arrange for the stone to be transported back to Westminster Abbey.

According to the Daily Mail, The historic stone, which was once seized by English forces led by King Edward I in 1296, was later ‘reclaimed’ by Scottish Nationalists in 1950.

The stone, which has been a seat for crowning new British monarchs for centuries, was also used to crown the late Queen Elizabeth II, as her throne sat above it during her coronation.

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