At the mention of London, one of the places which was on the Mister’s ‘to-visit’ list was Trafalgar Square. Having gone to school in London for a bit, The Trafalgar Square seems to be one of the many memorable places for the Mister, growing up. Although to me, it looks just like another open space for public gatherings, with unique statues, it holds a totally different meaning for the Mister. So off to Trafalgar Square we went.
At first sight, I would still describe it as per my above description but with a bit more significance this time upon reading the history of the square. Trafalgar Square is a place where people come together on different occasions (for celebrations and demonstrations) – I would say, a place where people unite so they don’t divide, perhaps? It holds a distinct feature of its own with the four lions statue and sculptures and the famous water fountain. On the whole, it is somewhat amazing to have such an area in the heart of busy London, where there is always a spot for people to come together of just spend some time alone.