The last hours of the day in London have been spent here, in Covent Garden. A lovely place where we had free time to go shopping or just visiting this district of the capital of England.
This is a part of the Queen Victoria Memorial statue. You can find it in front of the Buckingham Palace. Just majestic
While we were walking along the St. James's Park we met these cute squirrels which run freely all over the park. So funny!
This is the oldest regal park in London, near the Buckingham Palace, in the city of Westminster : the St. James's Park. From here a wonderful view of the London Eye, the Shell Tower and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Gorgeous.
Here is the famous Big Ben, one of the most important buildings in London, become a symbol of the city.
England, Buckingham Palace 14-2-16 . One of the four bronze statues that compose the queen Victoria Memorial . Here the monument that represent Manufacture in fact it is a blacksmith with a hammer and a scrool.
England, National gallery 14-2.16 . Flowers in a Terracotta Vase , painting of Jan van Huysum (1682-1749) . This wonderful painting captured my attention for the abundance of colors and for the beauty of the flowers . Definitively one of my favourites !
England , National Gallery Beautiful particular of the mosaic floor which was just before enter in the first room.
England , London 14-2-16 On the background a slice of the strage skyscraper named by the londoners "Walkie Talkie" .
England , London 14-2-16 Here on the South Bank of the river Thames the famous London Eye ! The Europe's tallest Ferris wheel is the most popular tourist attraction and had become one of the symbols of the UK .