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Bomber Command Memorial
#22 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
The wonderful statue is complemented so well with its marble surroundings and the open canopy to view the bright blue sky and white clouds is a wonderful addition.
Whatever ones views of the role of Bomber Command and the effect their various campaigns had on the outcome of WWII, this memorial will is moving and thought provoking.
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Spencer House
#62 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
If you get there early enough you can view a short film before your tour.
The views over Green Park from the building are also lovely.
Clarence House
#73 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Wodehouse, inter alia), but the art is refreshingly eclectic: a honking great Winterhalter, a couple of cheeky little Sickerts, John Piper's views of Windsor (still in the austere frames of 1941), and of course a...
Lots of interesting pictures and paintings and a fascinating view of life for those who have lived there.
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Piccadilly Circus
#117 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
You can expect all and any passions and interests to be entertained with a range of unique landmarks, museums and arts in the historic city.
Great at night, with the famous billboards and lots of Restaurants, Café's, Shops, access to Regent Street and Oxford Road, and a short walk from Parliament, Trafalgar Square, and all the other famous London sites.
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St. James's Church
#132 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
A great organ dominates the view to the rear and it is magnificent.
Admiralty Arch
#142 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
This archway frames the view down The Mall towards Buckingham Palace which is perfectly picturesque and it is ornately decorated in itself, just across from Nelson's Column.
All my life I've called these dignified arches Marble Arch, but yes this elegantly curved landmark that graces the entrance to the long mall up toward Buckingham Palace is a must see.
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Jermyn Street
#151 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
St. James's Palace
#195 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
The palace was built by Henry VIII on the site of the Hospital of St. James, Westminster.
No crowds, no fuss, just a great view.
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Statue of Eros (Anteros)
#199 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
At height above the local area so you can view from surrounding streets.
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Piccadilly Arcade
#264 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
A view of Olde London
Crimean War Memorial
#290 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
This made it relatively easy to view the memorial from different angles and to get some good photographs.
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The Golden Lion
#294 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Canada Memorial
#325 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
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Duke Of York Column
#355 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
A fitting tribute to the Duke of York, this column is close to the Mall and the view from the mall back up the stairs is just as impressive as the view from Piccadilly Circus and Waterloo place.
King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Memorial
#369 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Located between the statues are benches which I enjoy sitting upon, and view the scenes displayed on the monument that depict many of the defining moments of their reign.
We only paused there for a couple of minutes but this was plenty of time to take several photographs and to get a nice view of the statues.
St. James' Square
#427 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Carlton House Terrace
#453 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
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Queen's Chapel
#532 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Lancaster House
#543 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
British Academy
#689 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London