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London Squares by Suzi Love

London Squares by Suzi Love

[What was] the world's smallest police station, built in 1926, used by the Metropolitan Police to keep a watchful eye on Trafalgar Square - but no longer - it is now used by the council's street cleaners to store brooms. The lamp on top is believed to have come from the HMS Victory, best-known as Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

The worlds smallest police station Trafalgar Square. It was built in the Century to keep eye on the many demonstrations held in the Square. The light is said to be from Nelsons flagship HMS Victory.

Not only would I appreciate the elaborate works of art but the architecture of the building itself is art

View artwork from the National Gallery in London from the "Love Art" app. Hear narration from art history experts and view pieces by artists around the world

Trafalgar Square in London.  The website also has links to tons of other neat things to see and do in London.

Trafalgar Square is a public space and tourist attraction in central London, England, United Kingdom built around the area formerly known as Charing Cross.

Impressive entrance hall to the Natural History Museum in London.

Entrance Hall to the Natural History Museum, London. Romanesque Revival but with modern materials and structures such as terracotta and striking steel ribs to the roof. All decorated with natural imagery. Such beautiful architecture!

Lovely atmospheric photograph of Waterloo Place, London in 1899 by the Belgian photographer Leonard Misonne

Waterloo Place, London in 1899 - by Belgian photographer Leonard Misonne - (vintage lady, old photo, victorian era)

St. Martins-in-the-Fields is located on the north east corner of Trafalgar Square in London.  I opened the door but a service was in progress so I didn't go in.

St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London. My first night in England, I went to a candlelight Bach concert in the sanctuary.

I think that secretly London, England is on EVERYONE'S travel bucket list.  No one can turn down that brilliant accent and charm! I would absolutely love to travel to London someday to immerse myself in the British culture.

Trafalgar Square, London, England - I've been to London twice - once for 3 weeks when I was and again for two days when I was Great city!