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Though we had just visited Hyde and Green Parks, and the New Zealand War Memorial in October, the weather was so much nicer during our April visit, so we crossed under Piccadilly, and revisited some of the same areas, and monuments, in the bright Spring...More
Driven past here a few times recently whilst on a coach and get a different view of them when I last saw them up close when walking right up to them
This is a well Sculptured and thought about memorial set on a Grassy ledge...More
This monument has a brutal, military functionality about it. It's only on closer inspection that the finer detail is apparent. Simple and stark while at the same time adorned with cultural references. The artist has captured the primitive power of standing stones, or henges, in...More
There is an odd section of Hyde Park, that is actually closer to Green Park, that is surrounded by traffic, on three major streets, which encircle it. We spent an afternoon exploring this area, and discovered the New Zealand War Memorial.
As we usually stay...More
I am a regular visitor to London & I decided on a recent visit for Armistice Day to walk & take in more detail the various statues & memorials of our famous politicians & war hero's.
The New Zealand Memorial is on the same island...More