December 26th 2016

Geocaching around the Royal Albert Hall
The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park
Peter Pan Statue, Kensington Gardens
Italian Gardens, Kensington Gardens

Royal Albert Hall, London
The 135 ft high dome, designed by Rowland Mason Ordish, is made of wrought iron and glazed.
Around the outside of the building is an 800ft long terracotta mosaic frieze, depicting "The Triumph of Arts and Sciences"
The Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens.
The 176ft tall Albert Memorial, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, was commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of Prince Albert.
A squirrel in Kensington Gardens
'Serenity'
by Simon Gudgeon, 2009
Hyde Park
Gillian and the Squirrel, Kensington Gardens
Designed by Gustafson Porter and opened on 6 July 2004 by Queen Elizabeth II
Henry Moore's - The Arch
Kensington Gardens
Squirrel
Kensington Gardens
Diana's Memorial Walk,
Kensington Garden
Ring-necked Parakeets in Kensington Gardens. The earliest recorded sightings of parakeets was in Dulwich in 1893 and Brixton in 1894.
Feeding the Parakeets, Kensington Garden
Peter Pan Statue, kensington gardens
1912 bronze sculpture commissioned by J.M. Barrie and made by Sir George Frampton.
The Italian Garden is an ornamental water garden created in the 1860's. It has four fountains and a number of classical sculptures.
Kensington Gardens, London

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