"Crimea Statue" The Mall Tip by filipdebont

The Mall, London: 31 reviews and 53 photos

  Crimea Statue
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You 'll find this monument at the Waterloo Place. This bronze statue is erected to honour the brave soldiers who died during the Crim War (1854 - 1856).

One of the statues in front is the statue of Florence Nightingale, because she nursed a lot of Britisch soldiers during this Crim War, and these soldiers gave her the name : Lady of the Lamp.

Address: The Mall, London SW1A 2BJ
Directions: Nearest Tube, Charing Cross. Between Buckingham Palace & Admiralty Arch .

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  • Written Mar 17, 2003
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