King James II, and why London stopped feeding pigeons — Suzassippi’s Lottabusha County Chronicles

The statue of James II stands in front of the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square. He is depicted as a Roman emperor, wearing armour and with a laurel wreath crown–under the pigeon perched on his head. James II was originally depicted as holding a baton in his outstretched right hand and the statue was erected […]

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