Albert Memorial

Row 1

Kensington Gardens
London, W2 2UH
Landmark, Historic Site, Sculpture

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  • This monument to the beloved husband of Queen Victoria celebrates Albert as a patron of the arts, science and industry. Its enormous cost (about 10m today) was met by public donations.
  • It was designed shortly after Alberts death by George Gilbert Scott (who was later knighted) and completed in 1872, although the central statue of Prince Albert was not placed upon it until 1876
  • Don't look him in they eye!
  • Perfect place to rest by the trees after two hours biking.
  • Prince Albert statue
  • Beautiful memorial dedicated to Albert, Queen Victoria's husband
  • Stunning memorial to Queen Victoria's husband. Lavishly decorated with gold, mosaics and marble.
  • One of the finest works in England and not promoted enough. Visit it in the morning to appreciate all the details.
  • The details are so amazing!
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  • Biking is sure a fun thing to do here
  • It's righ in front of the Royal Albert Hall and behind is Hyde Park.
  • So much to enjoy in Kensington gardens.
  • Need to visit it again
  • It's a hinge monument, in from of the Albert theatre and inside the Kensington Gardens.
  • The statue is raised to accommodate the mass grave underneath.
  • Habr que escalarlo en el prximo Assassin's Creed.
  • Sometimes i wonder if thats real gold on it.
  • 1872