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Monument In Background Of News Interviews Outside

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jessiedog | 13:27 Wed 28th May 2014 | Media & TV
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Quite often, when interviewing outside there is a monument in the background. Does anyone know where / what it is?

Many thanks

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It's the Buxton Memorial fountain. Though who Buxton was in anyones guess http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Tower_Gardens
18:42 Wed 28th May 2014
Which channel? Which part of the country?
in the capital?
Which capital Emmie.There are three.
When there's a political story and they show parliament in the background you often see this sculpture. It's not a monument, as far as I know.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/73/Knife_Edge_-_Two_Piece_-_Henry_Moore_1962_-_Westminster_-_London_240404.jpg
sorry three capitals, i can't live in three places at once.
there are many monuments, statues outside the Houses of Parliament, including Oliver Cromwell,
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Sorry everyone, I went out.

I saw it on the BBC news this lunch time, I think it is in London, it is in a park (or at least in an expanse of grass) and it often appears. It is not a statue, it appears to be like a small, pointed, bandstand, taller than it is wide, but difficult to say its' dimensions as it is in the distance. It reminds me little of the Albert memorial.

It's the Buxton Memorial fountain. Though who Buxton was in anyones guess

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Tower_Gardens
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That's the chappie! Many thanks sandyroe, it has puzzled mum and me for ages.

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