Person    | Female  Born 1/7/1961  Died 31/8/1997

Diana Princess of Wales

Categories: Royalty, Seriously Famous

Countries: France

Born Lady Diana Frances Spencer in Norfolk. Married the Prince of Wales at St Paul's Cathedral in London on 29 July 1981, divorced 28 August 1996. Died in a car crash in Paris with Dodi Fayed. Above the entrance to that tunnel there was already (erected 1989) a full-sized replica of the flame in the torch carried in the hand of the New York statue of Liberty. This became an unofficial memorial for Diana and many people think it was created for her. The Londoneer is setting up a map of Diana's London.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Diana Princess of Wales

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Diana - Ealing tree

To commemorate the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, 1961 - 1997.

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Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Walk

{Each turning in the walk is marked with an ornate plaque laid into the groun...

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Dodi and Diana - Harrods

Both the Egyptian escalator and associated decorations and the bronze statue ...

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National Children's Bureau

The inscription in the stone is merely functional but the overlapping childre...

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Plough Lane Landmark

The artist's website has a photo of the textured surface in the studio. Our ...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Diana Princess of Wales

Creations Information

Lorne House

Not the style, but the high quality of this plaque reminds us of the one in B...

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Savoy - theatre

This plaque was unveiled by Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales to cele...

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