Trafalgar Square is so busy, all of the time, that we often don’t see it for what it is, a magnificent, beautifully proportioned, people-space in a noisy, crowded, bustling city. Designed by John Nash and opened in 1844, it reflected Britain’s wealth and our place in the world at the time. In this Victorian photograph, a handful of pedestrians and a few horse buses complete the scene.
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