Statue

St Olaf

Site: St Olaf (1 memorial)

SW1, Cockspur Street

Created in 1914 by Metcalfe and Greig for no particular tenant this building was converted into the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in 1920 by a Norwegian architect, J.T. Westbye, using Norwegian granite and Norwegian details. Ornamental Passions has done a good post on this building with excellent photos of all the carvings.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
St Olaf

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King Olaf II of Norway

King of Norway 1015 - 1028.  Before becoming king he was in London fighting t...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
St Olaf

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Gustav Laerum

Norwegian, better known for satirical drawings.

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