Statue   

Florence Nightingale - statue

Crimean War Memorial Florence Nightingale - statue

Erection date: 1914

Inscription

{On front of plinth:}
Florence Nightingale
{On left side of plinth:}
Born May 12 1820
{On right side of plinth:}
Died Aug. 13 1910
{On the base of the statue:}
A G Walker

Site: Crimean War Memorial (3 memorials)

SW1, Waterloo Place

In 1859 only the Guards Memorial was erected, closer to Pall Mall. In 1914 this was moved back to make room for the two statues in front.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Florence Nightingale - statue

Subjects commemorated Information

Florence Nightingale

Nurse, statistician, author. Born in Italy (go on, guess which city) while he...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Florence Nightingale - statue

Created by Information

Arthur George Walker

Sculptor and painter. Born Hackney. Other work in London: Heston war memorial.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Florence Nightingale - statue

Also at this site Information

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