Trafalgar Square, situated in the market downtown is a very important tourist attraction in London. Visiting the UK capital would be incomplete without a visit to Nelson's Column wonderful and the four lions at its base to admire penguins wells or boundaries. Built to commemorate him by Admiral Nelson, the square was named after the Spanish Cape Trafalgar, where Admiral won his last battle. John Nash is the designer of the 1820 market. Although not live to see it done, or neo classical project has been respected, thus realizing a unified market with effect from surrounding buildings.
Construction market began in 1829 and continued until the 1840s. National Gallery (National Gallery) occupies the northern part of the market. Stone balusters can be seen under the royal standard measure of length (one foot, a yard, etc.). In the eastern part of Trafalgar Square is located on South Africa House. It has animal sculptures on the arches. Sir Robert Smirke, who designed the British Museum, designed and Canada House is located on the western side of Trafalgar market. Canada House is a Landmark open to the public and worth visiting for classic interior very original and very interesting exhibitions come and here.
1848 Trafalgar Square is the preferred place for all sorts or demonstrators demonstrators who want to attract attention cause they claim. Every year in December, the Norwegian people send a gift that is made Britain the Christmas tree is decorated in Trafalgar Square. This gift is a thank you for the important role of Norway in the UK for the release of the Second World War. One of London's sights are unforgettable as is the giant tree after sunset when it is lit by thousands of lights, carols and surrounded by fountains that are lit in colored lights. This image is captured on many Christmas cards sent each year worldwide by tourists in London.
Equestrian Statue of Charles I was in Trafalgar southern market and is notable because it maroara from all distances from London to other places. Edward I raised here a cross in 1290 to mark the last place he stopped the funeral procession of his wife Eleanor, to be submitted before the coffin in Westminster Abbey. Cross remained here until the civil war in the eighteenth century when it was removed.
In Trafalgar Square, around the statue of Nelson there are statues of other distinguished people. One hand and the other is the statue of Sir Henry Havelock and Sir Charles James Napier both Victorian-era major-general. On the north wall are busts of Beatty, Jellicoe and Cunningham all military leaders to account. On the other hand there is a statue of George IV on horseback ordered by him. In the opposite corner the pedestal does not exist yet a permanent status.
By Maria Morari
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