Trafalgar Square – a vibrant public square in Central London

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Did you know that Trafalgar Square is named after the Battle of Trafalgar that took place during Napoleonic War with France and Spain in early 18th Century? Decorated with monumental statues and fountains, the square is surrounded by historic buildings, galleries and museums. This vibrant square witnesses different kinds of celebrations, events, film shoots and rallies all around the year. If you want to reach Trafalgar Square using metro, the nearest train station is Charing Cross and Leicester Square. While you visit the square, you can enjoy many other famous tourist attractions such as Big Ben, House of Parliament and Location of Harry Potter film shooting that are within walking distance from Trafalgar Square.

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