Tour came to England, and on the day in London we caught up with the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. The monument is a monument in front of Buckingham Palace, with a central monument, a large white jade statue of Queen Victoria and a statue of the Angel of Justice and Truth. At the top, the platinum goddess of victory and two attendant statues, the main monument around the pedestal by steps and pools, each with a group of lions at the four corners. The monument's decoration focuses on the theme of navigation, echoing the water master's gate at the other end of the boulevard.
Standing in the center of the square, in the center is a statue of a goddess with an eagle spreading its wings, and a statue on each side. The flow of people is very dense, because the opposite is Buckingham Palace, there are lanes all around, and there is a lot of traffic.
Next to Buckingham Palace in London, there is a large sculpture and monument group founded in 1911-Queen Victoria Memorial.
Very eye-catching and easy to identify.
A large number of tourists gathered here, taking advantage of the height, condescendingly waiting for the soldiers of the Royal Guardsmen to pass by during the changing of the guard ceremony.
The statues and pools on every corner are worth seeing.
The monument is located in front of Buckingham Palace, at the southwest end of the boulevard. In the center of the monument is the main monument, and at the bottom is a large white marble seated statue of Queen Victoria and statues of angels of justice and truth. At the top is the gilt goddess of victory and two attendants. The base around the main monument is composed of steps and a pool. There is a group of bronze statues of human lions on each of the four corners of the pedestal, one of which is presented by the people of New Zealand. Visitors to Buckingham Palace will see this large monument opposite the palace. The monument is very beautiful. When the changing of the guard ceremony is held at Buckingham Palace, it is crowded with tourists watching the ceremony, and the guards will pass in front of the monument.
The Queen Victoria Memorial in London is a large monument and sculpture combination in London, England. It is located in front of Buckingham Palace and at the southwest end of the boulevard. The base of the monument is composed of 2,300 tons of white marble. The base around the main monument is composed of steps and a pool. The decoration of the monument focuses on the nautical theme, echoing the Navy Admiral's Gate at the other end of the boulevard.
The landmark building is just in front of Buckingham Palace. The pedestal around the monument is composed of many levels of stone steps and a large pool. The entire area is called Queen's Park, much like the Civic Square. There are many people at all times, some who come here to take pictures and leave, and some who bring books to sit on the stone steps to study. Because I was waiting for my friend, I sat on the stone steps of Buckingham Palace for half an hour.