Landau Royal Horse Drawn Carriage
Landau Royal Horse drawn Carriage is a coach building term for a type of four-wheeled, convertible carriage. It was a city carriage of luxury type.It is lightweight and suspended on elliptical springs. It was invented in the 18th century; landau in this sense is first noted in English in 1743. Landau Royal Horse drawn Carriage drawn by a pair or four-in-hand, is one of several kinds of vis-à-vis, a social carriage with facing seats over a dropped footwell (illustration), which was perfected by the mid-19th century in the form of a swept base that flowed in a single curve. The soft folding top is divided into two sections, front and rear, latched at the center. These usually lie perfectly flat, but the back section can be let down or thrown back while the front section can be removed or left stationary. When fully opened, the top can completely cover the passengers, with some loss of the graceful line.The 1902 State Landau Royal Horse drawn carriage was built for the coronation of Edward VII in 1902.Landau Royal Horse drawn carriage also retains a miniature landau made for the children of George V and designed to be pulled by ponies. Landau Royal Horse drawn Carriage is used as royal carriagesin London, Britian, Canada, Japan.
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