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53 statues in England

Statues in London
Dr. Samuel Johnson Statue
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This statue is located east of the courtyard of the church, which was the work of Percy Fitzgerald. It was erected in honor of Dr.
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Barge Master & Swan Marker Sculpture
Strolling in the early hours on a Sunday morning across Southwark Bridge I found this statue of an ancient tradition of the Middle
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Statue of George IV
George IV was born in London in 1762 and died in 1830. He was a very special king with a life which was quite scandalous for the t
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Monument to Major General Henry Haveloc
Located southeast of this amazing place is the statue of Sir Henry Haveloc (1795 - 1857), honoured for his outstanding service to
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Monument to Baron Napier of Magdala Cornelis
The monument to the horse born in Ceylon (now in Sri Lanka), also known as the "Island of a thousand names" and a British colony u
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Still Water Horse Head Statue
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For some, a splendid example of modern art, for others one of the ugliest statues in London, the Marwari horse head of Marble Arch
Statues in London
Statue of Richard I of England
The son of Henry II, Richard I of England, known as the Lion Heart, was born in 1157 and died in April 1199 after an arrow wound.
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Boudiccan Rebellion Statue
Boudicca (or Boadicea, 30 AD - 61 AD), queen of Icènes, people of Britain, revolted against the Romans during the reign of Nero. H
Statues in London
King George V Statue
This statue of King George V (June 3, 1865 - January 20, 1936) was built by William Reid Dick (President of the Royal Society of B
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Robert Clive statue
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Robert Clive (Born September 29, 1725 and died November 22, 1774), a Major General in the British army, was one of the key figures
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Earl Haig's statue
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Marshal Earl Haig was the commander in chief of the British armies in France during much of the First World War. His tactics led t
Statues in London
Charles James Napier's statue
Charles James Napier (August 10, 1782 - August 29, 1853) was a British general who served during the Napoleonic wars. He played an
Statues in London
Spencer Cavendish Statue
This statue, which was erected in 1910, is located at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade on the avenue of Whitehall. It shows Spe
Statues in London
Arsenal Canon
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These guns, a symbol of the Arsenal football team, can be found in front of the stadium. They are there to remind people of the cl
Statues in Liverpool
Billy fury Statue
Nowadays, when we think of rock and roll stars who come from Liverpool, we remember the Beatles, of course, but Billy Fury was als
Statues in Liverpool
John Lennon Peace Monument
Located on the terraces of the redeveloped area of ​​Thomas Steers Way, near the Albert Docks, the monument dedicated to "Peace on
Statues in Liverpool
Monument of the dead
It is around the old docks of Canning, facing the River Mersey, that the city of Liverpool has chosen to install its many memorial
Statues in Whitby
Captain Cook Memorial Museum
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Captain Cook was one of the greatest sailors of all time before he died aged 51. He began his apprenticeship here in Whitby, a sma