Equestrian Statue of the Duke of Wellington, London

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Our friendly atmosphere reflects the truly multi cultural area in which it stands. Featuring in the Notting Hill film and where 'Adele' signed her first contract, this is the place where locals can brush shoulders with antiques dealers and tourists, then share drinks with musicians.

We have a wide choice of drinks, ranging from finest Young’s bitters to carefully selected wines from across the world to delicious cocktails. The menu at the Duke of Wellington will offer everything expected from a great pub including the world famous fish and chips cooked in young’s beer batter. We also have our fabulous upstair dining room, which overlooks the bustling Portobello Road.
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  • Gigantic Statue that pays tribute to one of the gigantic British heroes. You Have to get away a little to see it in its entirety. Mammoth.
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  • The Equestrian Statue of the Duke of Wellington as you can imagine is a statue that stands in tribute to the Iron Duke and locate just outside the Bank of England building. The Iron Duke himself atten...  more »
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  • This statue stands in tribute to the Iron Duke and is located on the north side of Hyde Park Corner. The statue stands atop a plinth and depicts Wellington on horseback, mounted on his horse Copenhagen. At each corner of the plinth are four figures of British soldiers representing the British divisions that fought under his leadership. A Grenadier, a Scottish Highlander, an Irish Dragoon and a Welsh Fusilier. A fine monument to one of the finest commander ever and British hero .
  • The “Iron Duke” in bronze (1888) located on the roadside border of Green Park facing Apsley House, his London residence. The four guards on pedestal represent the United Kingdom. • Folkloric. •........ be mindful that the toxic miasma spewing from the traffic flow hereabouts is a matter of some concern.
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