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London Landmarks Gallery

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A selection of some of our famous London landmarks and iconic buildings.

Choose from 40 pictures in our London Landmarks collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Featured London Landmarks Print

'Houses of Parliament', c1935. Creator: Unknown

'Houses of Parliament', c1935. The Royal Air Force Memorial at Whitehall Steps in London was erected in 1923 as a memorial to 'all ranks of the Royal Navy Air Service, Royal Flying Corps, Royal Air Force and those Air Forces from every part of the British Empire who gave their lives in winning victory for their King and Country 1914-1918'. The monument, in Portland stone, was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield. The bronze eagle and globe were sculpted by William Reid Dick. In the background is the clock tower housing Big Ben, with the Palace of Westminster beyond. From "Wonderful London, Volume 3", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]

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Featured London Landmarks Print

Montage of images with St Pauls, c1855. Artist: Jules Louis Arnout

Montage of images with St Pauls, c1855. An unusual composition showing a quay with an anchor and a carved tablet in the foreground. Immediately behind is the billowing smoke coming from a steam boat and St Pauls cathedral with more smoke coming from an industrial source nearby. In the distance are mountain ranges, with the outline of citadels on their peaks

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Featured London Landmarks Print

Kensington Palace, London, 1730. Artist: Johannes Kip

Kensington Palace, London, 1730. Originally built in the 17th century as the residence of the Earl of Nottingham, Kensington Palace was acquired by King William III in 1689. The King desired a residence close to London but away from its smoky air which aggravated his asthma. At the time Kensington was a village outside the capital and fitted the bill perfectly. The palace was improved and extended by Sir Christopher Wren and a carriage road was built connecting it with Hyde Park Corner. Today Kensington Palace is the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent. From Survey of London, 1730

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