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Crimean War Memorial, London (E2BN Gallery) These statues were erected in memorial of those brave soldiers who lost their lives in the Crimea and the sacrifices that those around them made. Designed by John Henry Foley and Arthur George Walker the group of statues depict two of the most famous characters from the war, Florence Nightingale and Sidney Herbert. They are surrounded by unnamed soldiers, representative of the tens of thousands of men who died and whose bodies were never…

Crimean War Memorial, London (E2BN Gallery) These statues were erected in memorial of those brave soldiers who lost their lives in the Crimea and the sacrifices that those around them made. Designed by John Henry Foley and Arthur George Walker the group of statues depict two of the most famous characters from the war, Florence Nightingale and Sidney Herbert. They are surrounded by unnamed soldiers, representative of the tens of thousands of men who died and whose bodies were never…

If you've ever visited Kensington Palace, you've seen this statue of William of Orange (William III) ... but do you know the tea connection? In the 1600s, the Dutch East India Company brought the first tea to Europe (from Japan) & later started importing tea from China. The highest quality Chinese tea - Pekoe tea - was reserved for the Dutch Royal Family (i.e., the House of Orange) who marked their approval by renaming it Orange Pekoe. Today, Orange Pekoe still denotes a top quality tea.

If you've ever visited Kensington Palace, you've seen this statue of WILLIAM of Orange (William III) . but do you know the tea connection?

Statue of United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in London. Photo Credit: ©Bill Harrison via Wikimedia Commons.

The Statue of Franklin D. Roosevelt in London's Grosvenor Square was paid for through donations by the British Public.

The latest memorial in London - Bomber Command in Green Park ... quite simply ... stunning

The latest memorial in London - Bomber Command in Green Park . quite simply .

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Trafalgar square is the heart of London. Mostly visitors visit London to view this place.

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