Marble Arch, London
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The Marble Arch was constructed in the 1800's and at the time the arch and location had meaning. It has since been moved twice - and now just kind of sits there alone on a traffic island at the juncti... read more »
Der Marble Arch, also Marmor Bogen, steht am nordöstlichen Ende des Hyde Parks in unmittelbarer Nähe zur der bekannten Speakers Corniche. Er wurde im Jahre 1828 von John Nash als Eingangstor zum Bucki... read more »The Marble Arch, so Marble Arch, stands at the north-eastern end of Hyde Park in the immediate vicinity to the of the well-known speakers Corniche. He was built in 1828 by John Nash as the gateway to Buckingham Palace and in 1851 to its present place. The Arch of Constantine in Rome served as a role model. The bow is quite impressive and beautiful to look at, he goes down but a little compared to many other attractions in the immediate vicinity. We've looked at briefly the many ornaments in the bright marble and then continued.show original
This arch is located at the start of Oxford Street and was meant to be the entrance to the Buckingham Palace but now is just an arch in a busy area. Worth a picture if you are passing by.
To get a nice view of this get down there early on a Spring/Summer morning when the sun creates a fantastic scene shining at this magnificent arch. I have often been down there at around 07.00am on the way to work and even then there are a lot of people around. Be careful as there are a lot of bad types around there so please look after your valuables very safely. A great place to visit, just be careful if you are crossing via the traffic lights as it is a race track down there.
This is a beautiful place to sit and watch the world go around and admire the Arch itself and learn the history get a sandwich and a drink and chill after that go for a walk in Hyde park its fabulous
For an official name like this, it was less impressive than the imagination of what it was. It's near a large park, which was more impressive and a nice place to go for a walk and relax on a very rare, sunny day in London.
When the weather is good Marble Arch is a great place to sit down, relax and watch the world go by. A personal favourite spot of mine.
It's famous, but not particularly inspiring. One for the tourists, but definitely not for the locals. Better off going to the nearby Hyde Park.
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