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The Newton Monument is located in the forecourt of the British Library and is freely accessible. It’s quite interesting to look at, and will only take a few minutes or so on your way past or to the British Library.
Great place to visit, the piazza is very relaxing, coffee taste really nice :-))
Recommend to visit the treasure of the British Library if you want to see the original copy of the 1215 Magna Carta and the earliest New Testament, the codex Sinaticus (...More
Located in front of the British Library on Euston Road, the statue is modeled on Blake's Newton, a series of twelve watercolours produced by Blake in the 1790's. The 4 metre tall bronze sculpture of a naked Newton interrogates the geometries of the Universe with...More
Eduardo Paolozzi was a Scottish artist, printmaker and sculptor. He has, arguable, a greater claim than Sir Peter Blake to be described as the godfather of British pop art, as any trip to the current Paolozzi exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery will testify. Paolozzi himself in...More