Trinity Church Square

Interesting
This Southwark square dating back to the 19 has some typical standard lamps and in the centre of the garden there is a statue representing King Alfred (871-899). It was transferred there in 1822 from Westminster Hall where it had occupied a recess for 450 years which makes it the oldest statue in London. Deconsecrated since 1975 the Church has since been converted into a concert hall for major orchestras.

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