This tall Albert Memorial Pavilion seems to have once again fully demonstrated the Royal style of Britain. It is said that the new Gothic building, built between 1863 and 1872, has a spire of 53 meters. It uses precious stone, stained glass, bronze and other building and decorative materials. It is a famous Victorian building. In the center of the memorial Pavilion is a bronze statue of the Duke of Albert (husband of Queen Victoria). The relief belt on the base consists of the images of 178 famous writers and artists at that time. The whole sculpture scene, while solemn and magnificent, is full of Western romanticism. The Royal Albert Concert Hall is a circular classical building nearby. We just walked through the door and did not enter the interior.
The Albert Monument is a landmark building in Hyde Park. It was built by Queen Victoria in memory of her husband, Count Albert. It feels a bit like Thai architecture, with a golden statue of Albert in the middle, and the Plaza of the monument has a lot of good scenery for tourists.
The monument is situated on the west side of Hyde Park near Kenlington Park, but it is much quieter than Hyde Park on the other side of the road. The monument on the huge lawn looks very magnificent. It seems that the effect is similar to that of the monument near the North Bridge in Edinburgh, but it's a little smaller. You can see students studying nearby. Maybe it has something to do with the London Business School around you.
The Monument to Prince Albert, an impressive monument to Queen Victoria's husband, is located opposite the Royal Albert Hall and Kensington Garden. When he died in 1861, the monument was completed eleven years later. The nearest subway station was Kensington South Station.
Queen Elizabeth II's great-great-grandmother was Queen Victoria, the ruler of Britain's most prosperous period. The queen had an early deceased husband named Albert. The Monument and the concert hall named after him in the photo were built for him. I heard that the old man and the queen were the founders of the World Expo, that is to say, the first World Expo was in London. 。
The monument is located on the southwest side of Hyde Park, just north of the Royal Albert Hall. After visiting the Museum of Natural History, the Science and Technology Museum and the Royal Albert Hall, you can stop by and take a breath of fresh air in the park.
The monument is on the south side of Kensington Garden and across the street from the Royal Albert Concert Hall on Kensington Road. In memory of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert. It's a new Gothic monument. It's gorgeous at first sight. On the knee of Prince Albert's statue is a handbook of the London World Expo held in 1851. He made an important contribution to the Expo.