1. Trafalgar Square
You will remember Trafalgar Square from season 2, episode 1 that shows the tension between Britain and Egypt in the 1956 Suez crisis. The political protests in Trafalgar Square were against Prime Minister Anthony Eden due to his highly controversial response to the Suez crisis.
This square also holds a series of events in the past. You can listen to the stories of kings such as Charles I and Charles IV as well as Admiral Horatio Nelson, General Sir Charles James Napier and Major General Sir Henry Havelock who shaped the history of this nation.
Trafalgar Square is a very popular public square with some of London’s most famous attractions. From galleries and historic buildings to monuments and statues, you can immerse yourself into the deep-seated British history.
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