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"Trafalgar Square is a popular London location. In 2009, it was ranked the fourth most-visited tourist attraction on Earth by the World of Mysteries website. How much do you know about it?"
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Trafalgar Square is the name, but why is it called this?
In memory of Viscount Edward of Trafalgar
After Nelson's flagship, HMS Trafalgar
It was built on the site of the Trafalgar Theatre
To commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar
Nelson's statue stands atop a column surveying the world below, but approximately how far off the ground is he?
At the base of Nelson's column are four bronze lions. Who sculpted these magnificent beasts?
George Ledwell Taylor
As you look to the north of Trafalgar Square, you can see a famous London art gallery; which one?
The National Gallery
The British Gallery
The Tate Modern
Paintings Are Us
Just to the north-west of Trafalgar Square, you will find a roadway called The Mall. It has a large building with three archways spanning the carriageway, and two smaller ones for pedestrians. What is the name of this building?
The Arch of Triumph
There is a roadway to the north-west of Trafalgar Square which will lead you to a very important and well-known royal building. It is possibly the best-known building in London. What would this be?
(Two Words--official royal residence in London)
Around Trafalgar Square there are four plinths; statues stand on three of these plinths, what is on the fourth plinth?
It is used for a rotating series of 'modern art' projects.
A ten feet tall bust of Sir Winston Churchill is on the plinth.
What fourth plinth? There isn't one.
A pigeon coop for Trafalgar Square's pigeons is found there.
Trafalgar Square is famous for its feral pigeons. How often does the local authority feed the pigeons?
They are fed every day at 2pm.
They are fed twice a day - at 10am and 2pm.
They are fed once a week - on a Wednesday.
They don't! It is illegal to feed them.
Every December, a huge Christmas tree is erected in Trafalgar Square. This tree is donated by a country that was liberated by the Allies at the end of the Second World War. Which country gifts this tree to the British people as a thank you?
On the east side of Trafalgar Square is a famous church. What is its name?
St Martin in the Fields
Our Lady of Infinite Sorrows
St Paul's Cathedral
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