London Day 4: Walk Along Whitehall

Day 4 started with a walk along Whitehall. Whitehall is the most important street in Britain, lined with the ministries of finance, treasury, and the home of the prime minister.


Cenotaph is a big white stone monument in the middle of the boulevard honours those who died in the two World Wars.


The heavy security at the entry to #10 Downing Street; home of the prime minister.


That’s the closest we can get to take a photo of the street sign of Downing Street.


Memorial to World War II women.


Earl Haig, the British World War I chief, was sculpted by Alfred Hardiman in 1936.


The old war office building.


The statue of Field Marshall Bernard Law Montgomery (“Monty”) who beat the Nazis in North Africa.


A view of Big Ben with a glimpse of the London Eye.

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