Parliament Square in London Is Closer to Having First Female StatueBreaking News
tags: London, Parliament Square
In 1867, a statue of the statesman George Canning was moved to Parliament Square in London, across from the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben.
Since then, statues of 10 other men — including Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill and, most recently, Nelson Mandela — have been erected there, but none of women.
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