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WELLINGTON ARCH ENGLISH HERITAGE

19/01/2012

Wellington Arch is located in at the heart of royal London, just yards from Buckingham Palace and by Hyde Park Corner. Wellington Arch was opened in 1830 and then in 1882 moved the short distance to its current location. It has become one of the most popular London attractions with those tourists that have an interest in the UK monarchy.   Built to commemorate Wellington’s defeat of Napoleon in the Anglo-Gallic Napoleonic wars, the historical significance ensures the attraction’s popularity with history buffs, particularly those with an interest in 19th century Naval affairs.

Wellington Arch is run by English Heritage and contains exhibits over three floors detailing the history of the arch and its many uses.   TESS are delighted to be supplying our Evolution system for the new exhibition gallery scheduled to open in early summer.

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