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What to See in Trafalgar Square London - London Travel - About.com
Trafalgar Square in London has many interesting sights including: Nelson's Column, The National Gallery, and St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Find out about this world ...
Find Out About Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square London
Nelson's Column arrived in Trafalgar Square in 1843, and commemorates the one-armed, one-eyed admiral who died defeating Napoleon at the Battle of ...
Plaque in Trafalgar Square showing original Charing Cross location ...
Charing Cross is officially recognized as the center of London. A plaque on the ground marks the spot at the top of Whitehall, at the south of Trafalgar Square.
Trafalgar Square - Top 10 London Attractions - London Travel
Trafalgar Square was designed by John Nash in the 1820s and constructed in the 1830s. Come and marvel at Nelson's Column and the four huge lion statues.
London: Trafalgar Square and Royal Museum - Family Vacations
Suggestions for families visiting London: take a visit Trafalgar Square and the adjacent (free) Royal Museum.
Royal Wedding Photos - Trafalgar Square
I watched the royal wedding ceremony on a big screen in Trafalgar Square. As you can see, it was incredibly busy in central London and the nearest I could get ...
Vista at the Trafalgar - Trafalgar Square Rooftop Bar - London Travel
Vista at the Trafalgar is the rooftop bar of The Trafalgar Hotel at, guess where?, Trafalgar Square. There is nowhere else in the world where you can see these ...
World's smallest Police station in Trafalgar Square London
In the southeast corner of Trafalgar Square, unnoticed by most visitors, is what many have called the world's smallest police station. There's only room for one ...
Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square London - London Travel
Trafalgar Square is one of the iconic sights in London we all want to see but once you've admired the view you may want to stay longer and get something to eat.
Fourth Plinth Trafalgar Square London - London Travel - About.com
The fourth plinth in the northwest corner of Trafalgar Square, was originally designed by Sir Charles Barry and built in 1841 to display an equestrian statue.