The Boadicea Monument is so-so as statues go, in a city filled with statues. I found it interesting mostly because of its location: at the west end of Westminster Bridge. As such, you can get some eye-catching photos by juxtapositioning it against other near-by London icons: the London Eye or Big Ben. Note that by late afternoon, Portcullis House (the building to the west) shadows the statue.
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