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'The Camera Catches a View of South Kensington from a Low-Flying Aeroplane', c1935. Creator: Unknown.

'The Camera Catches a View of South Kensington from a Low-Flying Aeroplane', c1935. Creator: Unknown.

2-703-834 - The Print Collector/Heritage Images

'The Camera Catches a View of South Kensington from a Low-Flying Aeroplane', c1935. The V&A Museum in South Kensington, central London, was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The area was laid out by Albert as part of the Great Exhibition of 1851. On the left is the Science Museum on Exhibition Road leading to Kensington Gardens, the main entrance of the Museum on Cromwell Road can be seen in the centre, with Brompton Oratory on the right. From "Wonderful London, Volume 3", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]


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  1. 0580055125
  1. 2-703-834
  1. 2703834

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 5490x3720
File Size : 59833kb

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Creator
  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
People Related
  1. Arthur St John Adcock: English, British: Author, writer, poet
  2. Queen Victoria: British: Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, artist
  3. Prince Albert: German: Prince Consort
Medium
  1. Photograph
Picture Type
  1. Landscape
Geographic Hierarchy
  1. World
  2. --- Europe
  3. ------ United Kingdom
  4. --------- England
  5. ------------ Greater London
  6. --------------- London
  1. 51 30 51 N , 000 05 35 W

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