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St Martins in the Fields is a classical 18th century church that flanks Trafalgar Square opposite the National Gallery.
St Martins in the Fields is a classical 18th century church that flanks Trafalgar Square opposite the National Gallery. Since World War I, it has been a shelter for the homeless.
8 St Martin's Pl, WC2
+44 20 7766 11
The National Portrait Gallery is just around the corner from the National Gallery and displays historical portraits of eminent Britishers since the Tudors
The Edith Cavell Memorial is a statue in honour of Edith Louisa Cavell, the World War I nursing heroine who helped both German and Allied troops, but was executed by the Germans for helping Allied soldiers escape from Belgium
The National Gallery houses the British national collection of more than 2000 Western European paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries
Charing Cross is an old train station with a shopping complex
Trafalgar Square is the main, central square and the site of London's New Year celebrations