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The Football Shrine at The Hilton London Wembley

Hidden away in the inside foyer of the Hilton London Wembley, is a museum level impressive display of football and music memorabilia. The Hilton London Wembley is located in the ambient shadow of the nations famous football stadiums it is not so difficult to see why the gifted and famous

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August 2022
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The Football Shrine at The Hilton London Wembley

Hidden away in the inside foyer of the Hilton London Wembley, is a museum level impressive display of football and music memorabilia. The Hilton London Wembley is located in the ambient shadow of the nations famous football stadiums it is not so difficult to see why the gifted and famous

Top area Barkers Department store next door to 99 Kensington High St
Barkers Department Store Kensington
Red regal interior of the Queens Gallery Splendours of the Indian subcontinent exhibition
Queens Gallery, Buckingham Palace

LONDON HISTORY

Enameleld Gold red, green yellow pearls, diamonds elephant figurines yali hindu faith form the stand. A Gift from RAm Singh II Maharaja of Jaipur. 1876 Normally these would have held rose water the design incorporates the Chandra Mahal and Amber Fort in Jaipur.

Prince of Wales 4 month trip to India 1875-76 Splendours of South East Asia

The Queens Gallery Buckingham Palace:

SPLENDOURS OF THE SUBCONTINENT: FOUR CENTURIES OF SOUTH ASIAN PAINTINGS AND MANUSCRIPTS
The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace
This exhibition will display items showing the relationship between the British Crown and South Asia. Mixed selection of Art works, manuscripts. Depictions of Hindu gods. The Geographical journey covers key points in time covering more than 400 years of history.
Free entry is included in the price to the SPLENDOURS OF THE SUBCONTINENT: A PRINCE’S TOUR OF INDIA 1875-6. That features items that Queen Victoria’s eldest son the Prince of Wales Albert Edward “Bertie” was given as gifts on his trip to India. This 4 month trip included 21 locations. He succeeded the throne in 1901 upon Queen Victoria’s death as Edward the VII.

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