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London Zoo 1929 MD93_07025 Featured City of Westminster Print

London Zoo 1929 MD93_07025

London Zoo, Regents Park, Westminster. Line drawing entitled "The Gardens of the Zoological Society of London 1929" and "the Gardens 1829" (inset). Probably produced to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Charter. The 1929 version shows elephant rides, visitors and the layout of animal enclosures mostly populated with the various creatures in residence. Inscribed by the early 20th century illustrator R B Brook-Greaves, who designed the Whipsnade White Lion

© Historic England Archive

Sainsbury Wing DP183694 Featured City of Westminster Print

Sainsbury Wing DP183694

Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, Westminster, Greater London. Completed in 1991, the Sainsbury Wing is the only work in Britain by Denise Scott-Brown and Robert Venturi, arguably the founders of Post-Modernism. After a controversial competition, Venturi, Scott-Brown and Associates were selected to design the extension, using Post-Modern devices in response to context. It was listed at Grade I in 2017

© Historic England Archive

The Coronation Chair with the Stone of Scone Featured City of Westminster Print

The Coronation Chair with the Stone of Scone

The Coronation Chair, Westminster Abbey, London. The stone below the seat is the infamous Stone of Scone. Historically, the artifact was kept at the now-ruined Scone Abbey in Scone, near Perth, Scotland. It was used for centuries in the coronation of the monarchs of Scotland, the monarchs of England, and, more recently, British monarchs. On 3 July 1996 it was announced in the House of Commons that the Stone would be returned to Scotland, and on 15 November 1996, after a handover ceremony at the border between representatives of the Home Office and of the Scottish Office, it was transported to Edinburgh Castle arriving on 30 November 1996 where it remains. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection