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Marble Arch - London Attractions

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Category: Other attractions
Address: Marble Arch



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1/15/2013

Marble Arch

While dazed between shopping in Oxford Street and a stroll in Hyde Park, you can see the Marble Arch, the spectacular Triumphal Arch, originally located at the entrance of Buckingham Palace and inspired by the majestic structure of the Arch of Constantine in Rome.

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10/5/2010

Marble arch

Marble Arch is a white Carrara-marble monument which is situated at the junction of Oxford Street in Park Lane, London. It is precisely on a large traffic island and has a small park amidst the swirling traffic. The name, “Marble Arch”, refers to the west London locality where the arch is located, especially the south part of Edgware Road.  Inside the arch, there are three small rooms which were used as a police station till 1950. Designed by John Nash in 1828, the arch has unique historic past to it.


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