Nelsons Column




Nelsons Column in London
Erected in 1840-3 as a memorial to Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson who died at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805

The monument is 51.6m tall and stands in Trafalgar Square. Apparently Adolf Hitler intended to move it to Berlin if his invasion had been successful.

Nearest stations:
UG: Charing Cross 0.05km
OG: London Charing Cross 0.25km
UG: Leicester Square 0.4km

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Nelsons Column

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