Trafalgar Public garden
Trafalgar Square is a very famous place of Westminster to London, whose name commemorates the battles naval of Trafalgar which opposed the fleets free - Spanish and British in 1805. In the middle of this place a column at the top is of which a statue of Nelson was set up, victorious of the Bataille of Trafalgar. It is there also a statue of the king Jacques II, dressed up as impérator, work of the sculptor Pierre van Dievoet.
Trafalgar Square was designed by John Nash.
Points of interest
Subway station Charing Cross-country race
- National Gallery
- the church St Martin-in-tea-Fields
- the way The Badly which leads to Buckingham Palace
- South Africa House
- Canada House
- Odonyme celebrates
Simple: Trafalgar Public garden
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