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Trafalgar Square, London

A presentation of Trafalgar Square in London. 2nd of Batxillerat
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Laura Garcia

on 8 January 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com Inside - To commemorate Trafalgar's Battle HISTORY The square was once famous for its feral pigeons, and feeding them was a popular activity
Caused many damages
Several measurements were taken for disappearance in the zone
Now, the number diminished considerably
Pigeons LONDON TRAFALGAR SQUARE At the heart of London SITUATION - Here is also located the National Gallery - Used for a wide range of activities including: special events and celebrations like the Royal Wedding, Olympics One Year to Go, St Patrick's Day and Chinese New Year; filming and photography; and rallies and demonstrations. THE ORIGINS 14th-17th century, was the courtyard of the Grats Mews stabling, served Whitehall Palace.
The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square". THE END THANKS FOR PAY ATTENTION
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