RICHARD III - BURIED WITH DIGNITY AND HONOUR
Most people now know that in September 2012 the mortal remains of the last Plantagenet king, Richard III were exhumed from a council car park in Leicester where they had been buried in the GreyFriar's Friary after his defeat at the battle of Bosworth on Monday August 22nd 1485. Two and a half years later he was buried with dignity and honour in a specially designed tomb in refurbished Leicester Cathedral.
To follow the events of reinterment week 22nd - 26th March 2015 click on this link
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Other sites which may be of interest are the King Richard III Visitors' Centre in Leicester
and Leicester Cathedral's King Richard in Leicester website.