Queen Elizabeth II will be interred at Windsor Castle

The 952-year-old castle in London was viewed as Queen Elizabeth II's "usual hangout spot" tracing all the way back to when she was a teen during The Second Great War.

The site of the last resting place for Queen Elizabeth II is one she generally considered home.

The queen's final resting place was showered with roses from well-wishers as it was moved in a funeral car to Windsor Castle on Monday.

Where a memorial service was held for the longest-prevailing ruler in English history.

Windsor Castle generally held an extraordinary spot for the queen, tracing all the way back to when she was a teen during The Second Great War.

While her authority home was at London's Buckingham Royal residence, she every now and again invested energy at Windsor in the south of Britain.

"In numerous ways Windsor was her kind of usual hangout spot," NBC illustrious reporter Daisy McAndrew said on TODAY Monday.

The 952-year-old castle is the most seasoned and biggest ceaselessly occupied castle on the planet with in excess of 1,000 rooms.

It filled in as a confidential home where the queen typically spent her ends of the week, as well as where she could direct authority business.