London’s top cultural landmarks

Why I love… Trafalgar Square

Steve Edge, founder, Edge Design

A few years ago I stood beside Nelson on top of his column and saw Trafalgar Square from his eyes. Looking down, I admired the things that pass us by and realised that it’s the congested streets brimming with honking cars, the buskers shielded by mesmerised onlookers and the hundreds of people babbling in a myriad of languages that comprise the true symphony of London.     

Below me in that instant I saw a kaleidoscope of history and…

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