London’s Most Unusual Statues | Londonist

4 Jun

London’s Most Unusual Statues | Londonist.

 

i never knew about these statues, so interesting to see them. i am familiar with that statue of the duke of cumberland in cavendish square, it is just behind the oxford st  john lewis department store. i saw it from a distance, when i go there to eat my lunch, and thought it was a old stone statue, crumbling away but it seems it was put up around the time of the olympics in 2012. and made of soap. imagine that!! next time i am there i must take a closer look at it. haha.

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2 Responses to “London’s Most Unusual Statues | Londonist”

  1. dosirakbento Thursday June 4, 2015 at 9:07 am #

    makes you wonder if it forms soap bubbles in a thunderstorm…..

    • alifesgayventure Thursday June 4, 2015 at 9:12 am #

      yes, and why the soap dont dissolve away in the rain. there is a material called soapstone, that feels like soap … i wonder if that is what they mean when it says it is carved out of soap. but it is cracking up. one of those quirky things about london. haha.

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