Queen Victoria Memorial

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The nearest train station to Queen Victoria Memorial is St Jamess Park
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The Queen Victoria Memorial statue stands opposite Buckingham Palace at the end of The Mall.

It commemorates the death of England’s longest-reigning monarch – Queen Victoria – and was unveiled by George V in 1911.

The statue was carved from a two-thousand pound block of solid marble, with figures representing Truth, Peace, Constancy and Motherhood. Other figures include Charity, War, Architecture and Manufacture.

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