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A very large and intricate memorial to Albert from his love Victoria, large area around the monument to to sit and relax and enjoy the amazing details.
Make sure to walk around all four sides and look at all of the detail, amazing
Came across this whilst visiting Kensington Palace nearby. The memorial is enormous and really stands out across the road from the Albert Hall. Queen Victoria must have really loved her dear husband, as this memorial to him is breath taking . Visit and see for...More
I do not think you can go to London and Not see the Albert Memorial. It is impressive and represents the Height of Victorian architecture and Symbolism. This was Built at the rising tide of British Imperialism and it shows with India, Africa, and Asia...More
Impressive tribute even if you don't know much about the man, but it's certainly prompts you to wiki him and find out who he was, what he did, and why such an elaborate memorial was built (mainly Queen Victoria's deep grief). But what I enjoyed...More
...and I saw something on the distance. My wife decided to take a rest (on our way to Kensington Palace), so I took off to see what it was. Well...it was the Albert Memorial.
Other reviewers have said it: it is huge, a little bit...More
If you've studied Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, you absolutely have to see her tribute to him. Its beautiful to walk around the entire thing, and take it all in. V&A museum short walk from here- also a must.
This monument really is spectacular. I stumbled across it by accident and couldn't quite believe what I was seeing. Beautiful, full of detail, huge, not like anything I've seen before. Situated opposite the Royal Albert Hall.
When millions of tourists want to shop 'til they drop, they do it along Brompton Road and its boutique-lined tributaries, including the world-renowned Harrods. And when millionaires want to flaunt what they've already got, many of them find Knightsbridge and Belgravia the perfect place to do so, often behind stately mansion walls or down quiet private mews. Delve beyond the ultra-luxe exterior and you'll find some of this
city's cosiest pubs, quiet gardens, and all sorts of indie retailers and enterprises worth a short exercise in spontaneous window shopping. For those looking to take a break from shopping, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and some of the city's most popular museums are nearby.