Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England
"The Kings of Scotland", which appeared in volume I  of *The Scots Peerage*, edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, states on pp. 29-30:
CHARLES 11. was born 29 May 1630, succeeded his father on 30 January 1648-49, but the kingdom being then in the hands of the 'Republicans' under Oliver Cromwell, who governed with the title of Protector, his early years were spent in exile. The Scottish Presbyterians distrusting Cromwell and the English Independents, had invited Charles to assume the Crown of Scotland, and though their army was defeated by Cromwell at Dunbar, 3 September 1650, he was duly crowned King of Scots at Scone I January 1650-51. Invading England, however, his army was defeated by Cromwell at Worcester on 3 September 1631, and the Young king had to seek safety abroad.
Soon After the death of Cromwell, Charles was restored to his kingdom, and entered London on his thirtieth birthday, 29 MAY 1660. He married, 31 May 1662, Donna Catherine Infanta of Portugal, born 25 November 1638, daughter of John iv., King of Portugal, sister of Alphonso vi and Pedro ii., successively kings of Portugal. King Charles died 6 February 1685 leaving no issue by his queen, who retired to Lisbon, where she died 31 December 1705. He had, however, many illegitimate children