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In pictures: Queen Juliana's funeral
Pall-bearers carry the coffin out of the Noordeinde Palace
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Queen Juliana's body was carried out of the Noordeinde Palace in The Hague, where she had been lying in state.
The hearse outside the palace
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The 94-year-old ex-monarch's coffin was placed in the royal hearse outside.
Dutch princes walk by the royal hearse
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Queen Juliana's grandsons paid their respects.
Aerial view of crowds and cortege
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Thousands lined the streets of The Hague as the cortege passed on its way to the funeral service in the town of Delft.
The hearse arrives in Delft
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Several generations of Dutch people sought a glimpse of the procession.
Dutch Queen Beatrix (left) arrives with her sisters (from left to right) Princesses Irene, Margriet and Christina for the funeral
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Queen Beatrix and her three sisters - all dressed in white - joined the procession for the final few hundred metres to Delft's New Church.
Pall-bearers carry coffin into church
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Foreign dignitaries and ordinary people looked on as the coffin arrived at the church.
Queen Beatrix (left) and her sister Princess Irene (right) attend to their father Prince Bernhard during funeral service
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Queen Beatrix (left) and her sister Princess Irene (right) attended to their father Prince Bernhard during the funeral service.
Church service
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Members of the royal family lit candles in memory of the queen mother, before she was buried in the vault next to her parents, Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Hendrik.

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