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While a monument is a structure explicitly created to commemorate an event, person or shared ideals, the UK has many that have, like Stonehenge, where the reason is lost to time though the aged beauty, wonder and craftsmanship still captures the imagination.
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    Postmans Park - 0 Miles
    A small green memorial garden in the City of London. A wall in the park has 47 hand-painted tiles p…Similar
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    Battle of Britain Memorial - 0 Miles (3.5)
    The structure and bronze reliefs, depict aspects of the Battle in the air and the back-up on the gr…Similar
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    Trafalgar Square - 0 Miles (9.9)
    In the square, Nelson's Column which stands in the centre with four lion statues that guard the col…Similar
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    Built by the royal masons in 1250, the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey was originally used in th…Similar
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    Battersea Park - 0 Miles (7.6)
    A 200 acre (0.83 km) green space in Battersea. In 1951 the park was transformed into the "Festival …Similar
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    Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington and his descendants, stands right in the heart o…Similar
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    Marble Arch - 0 Miles
    A white Carrara marble monument.Similar
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    Greenwich Park - 0 Miles
    Animals in the park include Red and fallow deer, waterfowl, starlings, sparrows, song thrushes, war…Similar
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    Brompton Cemetery - 0 Miles (2.7)
    At the centre of the Cemetery, a modest domed chapel (in the style of the basilica of St. Peter's i…Similar
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    Regents Park - 0 Miles (5.7)
    The 487 acre (2 km) park is mainly open parkland which supports a wide range of facilities and amen…Similar
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    Crystal Palace Park - 0 Miles (5.7)
    There are sculptures of dinosaurs and other extinct animals in the park, built in the 1850s next to…Similar
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    Kensal Green Cemetery - 0 Miles (4.7)
    Kensal Green Cemetery was the first of the great London cemeteries established to cope with the hug…Similar
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    London Wall - 0 Miles
    This is the best-preserved remnant of the Roman wall which once formed part of the eastern defences…Similar
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    Bushy Park - 0 Miles (4.7)
    It has remains of medieval farmland, a Tudor deer park, 17th century water gardens and wartime camp…Similar
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    Ashtead Common - 0 Miles (5.7)
    Ashtead Common is a 181 hectare wooded area to the north of the village of Ashtead. The woodland is…Similar
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    Horsell Common - 2 Miles (6.7)
    A pleasant circular route from the car park, off Shores Road, through woodland and heathland to the…Similar
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    Runnymede - 2 Miles (8.1)
    Riverside site of the sealing of Magna Carta. Magna Carta Memorial erected by American Bar Associat…Similar
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    St Leonards Tower - 3 Miles
    An early and well-preserved example of a small free standing Norman tower keep, surviving almost to…Similar
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    Royal Landscape - 3 Miles (6.7)
    The Royal Landscape is such a large area you can spend an entire day here and not cover the same gr…Similar
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    A section of the two-mile long wall built between AD 265 and 270 to defend the Roman city of Verula…Similar
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    Clock Tower - 4 Miles
    The Clock Tower is the only medieval example in the country. From the beginning it had a mechanical…Similar
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    Chilworth Mills - 4 Miles
    Scheduled Ancient Monument, 11 hectares in size, located 6 miles south east of Guildford designated…Similar
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    Leith Hill - 7 Miles (7.6)
    Woodland, parkland, farmland and open heath with Leith Hill Tower commanding extensive views. The h…Similar
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    Kits Coty House - 7 Miles
    The remains of two megalithic 'dolmen' burial chambers. Impressive Kit's Coty has three uprights an…Similar
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    Witley Common - 11 Miles (6.1)
    Is a mixture of habitats for wildlife, with birch, oak and pine woodland, as well as open heathlan…Similar
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