Trafalgar Square is a square in the centre of London, where converge three of the central streets of Westminster - the Strand, White-hall and the Mall. The square received its name in honor of the victory of England at Trafalgar.
In the center of the square is Nelson's column from dark-grey granite 44 m high, topped by a statue of admiral Nelson. It was built in gg. Column during the restoration
The national gallery is museum in London. It has more than 2000 pictures. The pictures in the gallery exhibited in chronological order.
St Martin-in-the-Fields - the most famous church of London. It stands on the north-eastern corner of Trafalgar square. Among its members - are the people of the Buckingham palace. The church has its orchestra - the academy of St. Martin in the fields.
Arch "ordered" Edward VII for his mother queen Victoria; arch leads the way from Trafalgar square to the alley, which leads to Buckingham palace. Admiralty Arch is named in honor of the Royal navy. Its developer - Aston Webb, English architect. Aston Webb