The naval arch is located at the main entrance of Buckingham Palace. On the way to the National Gallery through the boulevard, the whole arch building is big and magnificent. Today, it is the Freebike Competition in London. Traffic control is carried out in all the important scenic spots in the city. It is very lively.
Located in the southwestern corner of Tragafa Square, the naval arch is inscribed in Latin, "For Queen Victoria, the most grateful citizen, in the tenth year of the seventh year of Edward's National Network". It contains the office and residence of the naval leader of the Huang family. It is now the home of the British government office.
The naval arch is very noticeable across from the lion sculpture in Trafalgar Square, where many cars pass under the door during the day. Pedestrians can walk through the gate and see a huge lawn on one side. On the right side, the arch of the antique boutique building (Museum Gallery) is not too big. It looks like an adjunct building between two buildings. But it is still of great significance as a ground door in front of Buckingham Palace.
Close to the Royal Cavalry, West minster Abey, Big-Bang and London Eye. Greec Architecture.