Queen Victoria Memorial, London SW1A 1AA (opposite Buckingham Palace)
The Queen Victoria Memorial Statue was unveiled in 1911 by King George V in honour of Britain’s longest reigning monarch, Queen Victoria (1837-1901). Made of marble, the sculpture weighs several tons and is crowned with a golden statue representing victory.
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