Parliament Square is a square at the northwest end of the Palace of Westminster in London. It features a large open green area in the centre with trees to its west and it contains numerous statues of statesmen and other notable individuals.
Two traffic milestones occurred in this square. In 1868 the world’s first traffic lights were installed here (which later blew up) and in 1926, it became Britain’s first official roundabout.
The peace campaigners are peaceful, but the tourists can be difficult to navigate!
Formerly a warren of shops, slum dwellings and alleyways, and half a millennia before that an island. Cleared in the 19th century and on its way to what we know today.
Visit parliament square on a saturday
Across the river from here, 21% of the clients we saw last year were disabled and we helped 7% more people with the range of disability benefits compared to last year.
Where I proposed to my wife! Much nicer since they moved the protesters on!
Believe it or not, free wifi. Find a shady tree and get stuff done.
A spectacular public square which is still a roundabout - thanks to Boris Johnson.
wow. Until you stand in the shadow you cannot understand the majesty of it. Its is overwhelming.
If you lose track of time there's Big Ben to help out, night or day:-)
Do the tour of House of Parliament
Look out for a shifty looking welsh guy, he often cheats in foursquare here or in the treasury, but no one would let him into the treasury, he smells of leaks.
Now this place looks more like construction site, then nice lawn square it used to be. Bloody scamp protesters.
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Отличное место для фотосессий с видом на Биг-Бен и аббатство