A lovely column right in the middle of Trafalgar Sqaure paying homage to the great Naval commander Nelson.
About Nelson's Column
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This modern column decorates Trafalgar square and pays tribute to Horatio Nelson. While the column itself is mostly interesting to history buffs, there's no reason whatsoever why not to enjoying during a visit to Trafalgar square.
Nelson's Column is featured in every book about London and is a significant landmark. Can't miss it as you approach Trafalgar square. Walk around and see the iron lions which is said that their material came from the spoils of Trafalgar victory. You can't decipher...More
This can be easily included on your walking tour from Piccadilly circus/Leicester square enroute to Buckingham Palace or the Westminster square. This massive square commemorates the Battle of 1805 with a status of Lord Nelson as its centre piece.The fountains with its famous lions was...More
The portrait museum in the square is definitely worht a visit though so whilst there take a look inside free of charge.
Yes it's enormous, yes it's in the grand setting of Trafalgar Square, yes it's got a Statue at the top of one of the most famous English Military Commanders of his age. And yes it has, in the Past, been restored after being damaged by...More
Close to Parliament, the Thames, Westminster, Buckingham Palace and Soho, this is a great central meeting spot that is really easy to find and get to. The tube is the best option but it is easy to walk from any of these locations above also....More
Just a column,with nothing spectacular.True,placed in a nice square of London,Trafalgar square.Nothing special at it:a column,not extremely high,with a statue of Nelson admiral on the top,surrounded by some lions statues and beautiful fountains.But that's all.In max 10 minutes you see it all.