Queen Victoria Memorial
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A big monument just in front of Buckingham Palace is the Queen Victoria Memorial.
The Queen Victoria Memorial is a monument built to honor Queen Victoria in 1911, the characteristic upper golden statue means victory.
A flowerbed spreading around the Queen Victoria monument and Buckingham Palace in the background is also known as a magnificent spot, and do not forget to take a picture if you come to sightsee in London!

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 St. James's Park Station
 St. James's Park Station
 Green Park Station
 Green Park Station
 Green Park Station
 Hyde Park Corner Station

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Guard turning ceremony marches in front of a monument

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Queen Victoria Memorial

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