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Wellington Arch London, also known as Constitution Arch was originally conceived as the gateway to Buckingham Palace but ended up being erected at Hyde Park Corner. You can visit the Wellington Rooms and their great advantage point to see the surrounding area and the Horse Guards pass through the arch every day.

Wellington Arch London, also known as Constitution Arch was originally conceived as the gateway to Buckingham Palace but ended up being erected at Hyde Park Corner. You can visit the Wellington Rooms and their great advantage point to see the surrounding area and the Horse Guards pass through the arch every day.

Wellington Arch, London, England. Our tips for things to do in London: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/07/22/best-london-travel-tips-best-things-to-do-in-london/

Wellington Arch, London, England. Our tips for things to do in London: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/07/22/best-london-travel-tips-best-things-to-do-in-london/

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On the surface, the landscape has been sculpted by volcanic activity and weathering. A line of cinder cones, where magma broke through the Earth’s crust, is visible inside and outside the monument boundaries. Elsewhere in the park, volcanic rocks give way to sandstone bluffs, hoodoos, and arches. But geologic wonders also exist underground. A network of lava tubes and caves—the cavities left behind after lava has emptied from the conduit—are open for exploration by park visitors. The Big…

NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo series

On the surface, the landscape has been sculpted by volcanic activity and weathering. A line of cinder cones, where magma broke through the Earth’s crust, is visible inside and outside the monument boundaries. Elsewhere in the park, volcanic rocks give way to sandstone bluffs, hoodoos, and arches. But geologic wonders also exist underground. A network of lava tubes and caves—the cavities left behind after lava has emptied from the conduit—are open for exploration by park visitors. The Big…

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