Trafalgar Square, a famous square in London, was built to commemorate the early 19th century Trafalgar Sea War. In the center of the square stood a monument designed by William Dalton, the main body of which was a round stone pillar with a bronze statue of Nelson‘s full body in uniform, cast by the sculptor Bailey with copper cannons seized in the battle of Trafalgar.
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Trafalgar Square is a square in central London which is used to commemorate the battle of Trafalgar. This battle was a naval battle in which the British Navy warships won the Napoleonic Wars.
This place holds a variety of galleries and historical monuments to statues. Visitors can enjoy the crowds of various events and festivals held in this place with friends and family.
The north terrace was pedestrianised, so that the square is now linked to the National Gallery. The changes also included a cafe, public toilets and a lift for disabled access.
Trafalgar Square is a centre of national democracy and protest. Rallies and demonstrations are frequently held at weekends on different political, religious and general issues. The Mayor supports this democratic tradition, and gives access to the square for such causes.
If you see the high pillars not far away, it means that you have arrived in London's most intimate square
Trafalgar Square is standing in front of the square built to commemorate the famous Trafalgar sea battle. The statue and the four lions
plaza are located in the east of central London. The north side of the city is the National Gallery. The south side of the White House is just south of the Whitehall Street. It is not far from Buckingham Palace
and there is a large pool of activities around the fountain. Will be held here (such as the pillow fight in April)
He wore a horn-strap coat and held a broken guitar on a monopod, which was blown up by the cold wind. Since the performance of self-contained, I have not looked up for a long time. I stood in front of him and listened for a long time. Suddenly he played the melody that I loved when I was young. The first time I heard it, I had a colorful dream. The colorful people and small animals wore a colorful dam on a dam. The impression is very deep. At that moment, it seemed to be solidified by the music. The only street in London in the wind was me and him. The tears of mixed feelings came together with the memories of childhood. I gave all the coins on him. I have been searching for the name of this song for a long time. Everyone should have heard it, but I dont know much about the name and origin. It is called "Llorando Se Fue", the Chinese translation of "The Weeping Leaver", adapted from Bolivian Inca music. This is a sad song, which was later adapted into a cheerful dance. This melody is often heard in the disco in the 90s. I don't know where to find the original song of Bolivia. I regret not buying him a CD.
On the weekend of Trafalgar Square, I will be the gentlest glimpse of London's memory in the future - the warmth of the sun, the sculptures in the vicinity, the sound of fountains not far away, the crowds of the bustle, the singing of street performers, the cultural activities after the series Everything new, every time you come here, your heart will melt [happy] and strangers' free hug, Christmas carols on the square, national gallery, candlelight Christmas Carol at Westminster Chapel, fresh and warm Mince Pie and mulled wine And there are friends who can chat with them, and the wine is not drunk and people are drunk.