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Boadicea Monument, London

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  • The Boadicea Monument is situated at the end of Westminster Bridge, almost opposite Big Ben. It depicts Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni tribe, heroically riding in her scythed chariot during her campaign...  read more »
  • The Boadicea monument is the Westminster Bridge in the heart of the historical center of London at the beginning of only a few metres from Big Ben. It was unveiled in 1902 and shows Queen Boadicea, which is in a chariot, accompanied by two daughters. Attractions in the immediate vicinity the statue not particularly noticeable. She is but still attractive and with the London Eye in the background a wonderful photo opportunity. It is here, we can certainly recommend a short visit.
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  • "Boadicea and Her daughters" is a beautiful bronze sculpture located at one end of the bridge of Westminster (opposite Big Ben). It represents Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni of Britons, accompanied by his two daughters, tribe mounted on a chariot drawn by two horses. It is a work of art that symbolizes the local culture and strengthens the female image, not to lose it.
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