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The National Gallery, London
The National Gallery of London

Throughout its troubled history, the National Gallery in London has persevered to maintain one of the greatest art collections in the world. Having no Royal collection with which to begin, the museum found its start with the purchase of a mere 38 paintings from the estate of a recently deceased banker, J.J. Angerstein. Housed in […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 18, 2021 Category : London Our World Cities Comments :
London's Trafalgar Square
London Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square is the center of England in more ways than one. At its south end lies what used to be Charing Cross, the point from which all distances to London are measured. Long since, the cross erected by Edward I in 1290 (as a tribute to his wife, Eleanor) has been replaced by a […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 18, 2021 Category : London Our World Cities Comments :
Trafalgar Square, London
Along Whitehall – Banqueting House, Churchill Museum & Parliament

To many the name ‘Whitehall’ evokes ‘British Government’. And, indeed, the Houses of Parliament are at one end of the road running north from Parliament Square. But there’s much more along this major London artery than the Palace of Westminster, home to the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The name derives from […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 11, 2021 Category : London Our World Cities Comments :
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