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Eros

Eros
Eros
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Amid the swirl of people, traffic and coloured lights of Piccadilly Circus; the world famous Eros statue stands as an unofficial symbol and focal point of London. Eros surmounts a fountain memorial of 1893 by Alfred Gilbert to the Earl of Shaftesbury though in fact no mention was made of this title at the time of its unveiling and is considered to be a statue of Anteros the mythological god of requited love..

See Also: Piccadilly Circus - W1

Address: Picadilly Circus

Nearby Stations: Piccadilly Circus Station

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