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Archive for May, 2009

31 May

St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, London, England

St Martin-in-the-Fields church London England

St Martin-in-the-Fields Church
situated on the east side
of Trafalgar Square
was built in 1721.
The design by James Gibbs
was copied all over the world,
especially in the United States.

30 May

Charles James Napier Statue, Trafalgar Square, London, England

Charles James Napier Statue Trafalgar Square London England

This statue of Sir Charles James Napier
(erected in 1855)
stands in Trafalgar Square.
The building behind it,
St Martin-in-the-Fields church,
on the east side of the square
(The National Gallery is on the north).

29 May

The London Eye, London, England

The London Eye Thames London England

The London Eye London England

The Line For The London Eye London England

The London Eye
(known also as the Millennium Wheel)
can be found on the south bank
of the River Thames.
It is the largest Ferris wheel in Europe
and is the most popular paid tourist attraction
in the UK.

No, there’s no dress code
(though there IS security).
These are simply a bunch of businessmen
(the London Eye isn’t inexpensive at £17.00 per adult).

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