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Elizabeth II was the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms from 6 February 1952 to 8 September 2022.

This is a list of places, buildings, roads and other things named after Queen Elizabeth II. It is divided by category, and each item's location is noted in the entry.

Awards and commemorative emblems


Geographic locations

Princess Elizabeth Land, Australian Antarctic Territory
The Queen Elizabeth Ranges in the Canadian Rockies
View of Queen Elizabeth Park, north of Wellington, New Zealand
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, England




The Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, in Brisbane, Queensland.
The Queen Elizabeth Theatre, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Elizabeth Gate, an entrance into Kew Gardens
Queen Elizabeth II Court in Winchester, England


Hospitals and health

The Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, in Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Bridgetown, Barbados

Monuments and sculptures

Equestrian statue of the Queen on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building
Queen speech Bicentennial Bell


Roads, highways, bridges and footpaths

The Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, between Thurrock and Dartford, England
The Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, British Virgin Islands



Queen Elizabeth High School in Calgary, Alberta



QE2 bow name, October 2008
LMS Princess Royal Class 6201 Princess Elizabeth at Castleton East Junction
Class 800 800003 Queen Elizabeth II on test
Queen Elizabeth II rose



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See also