From Charing Cross underground, we walk to see the Admiralty Arch.
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The Admiralty Arch, which takes its name from the nearby Royal Navy Headquarters. The structure was completed around 1911, after King Edward VII had passed away.

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Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London and has been a central meeting place since the Middle Ages.

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At the base of the National Gallery column are four huge lions modeled by Sir Edwin Landseer.

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At the center of the square is the tall Nelson’s Column which was built to commemorate the victory of Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson over the French fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar on the 21st of October 1805.

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The National Gallery is one of London’s most important museums. It has an impressive collection of paintings covering the period between 1260 and 1900, with works from virtually all renowned artists of the era.

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Saw this pink luxury car in London city, wonder who owns it?

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