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In the garden’s, squares, parks and on the streets, you are never a stone’s throw away from a monument or a memorial. Some are hard to miss (like Nelson’s Column), some are hiding in the bushes, but all of them have a story worth telling. The monuments in Westminster are not simply a representation of a person or group, but also a work of art in their own right. The positioning of a monument is critical and adds a whole new dimension to its meaning. Let London Undone surprise you with monumental stories.

“I came to London. It has become the centre of my world and I had worked hard to come to it. And I was lost.”

V.S. Naipaul

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