Built around the Charing Cross area in Central London, Trafalgar Square is a beautiful public space and tourist attraction. The square was named by George Ledwell Taylor to commemorates Britain’s victory in The Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Nelson’s Column is situated in the centre of the square, ‘guarded’ by four lions at the base. Also within the square is the Fourth plinth which displays changing contemporary art, alongside many other sculptures and statues.
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