On a Christmassy note, have a look at the stunning Christmas lights displayed on the center of Sloane Square. The Venus Fountain in the centre of the square was constructed in 1953 and holds its mark prominently depicting Venus. This Google 360 virtual tour really brings out the colouring and ambience on a cold winter evening of December 2016.
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The Shah Jahan Mosque, built in 1889 by Dr Gottleib Wilhelm Leitner, was the first mosque to be built in the UK and Northern Europe. We were delighted to be invited inside to capture this and place across the Google Maps family for all to see inside.
London’s iconic Westminster Abbey is now available to tour via Google Street View! Skip the queues and £20 ($26) entrance fee and enjoy the digital views of one of the most notable religious buildings in the UK.
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On April 19, 2016, in cooperation with national and international cultural heritage preservation organizations, and in conjunction with World Heritage Week 2016, the Institute for Digital Archaeology installed a monumental scale reconstruction of Palmyra’s Triumphal Arch on Trafalgar Square.
I had the pleasure of capturing this historical landmark during the busy day time period filled with tourists and locals alike, taking in the new addition in the heart of Trafalgar Square. Visiting it at night, the look and feel of the surrounding environment was transformed. Not only with less people, but more time to capture the lonesome landmark.
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Built in 1915, and extensively restored in 2014 with an Islamic-inspired memorial peace garden installed in November 12th 2015, this Grade II listed burial ground was created for Indian Army soldiers who died fighting for the British during WWI.
His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex KG GCVO, officially opened an Islamic-style Peace Garden at the beautifully restored Muslim Burial Ground in Horsell Common.
It has special interest for its interpretation of Islamic architecture in early 20th century Britain, inspired by the Mughal style so successfully employed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
The graves were removed to the military section of Brookwood Cemetery in 1968, and the atmospheric site can now be enjoyed as a tranquil peace garden.
I hope you enjoy this Google virtual Tour especially now that it has been captured, documented and placed online for all to see. Please do share this for all to enjoy.