Category:South Bank Lion

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English: The South Bank Lion is a Coade stone statue situated at the south end of Westminster Bridge, London that was designed by William Frederick Woodington circa 1837.

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South Bank Lion (en); South Bank Lion (fr); تمثال اسد جنوب الضفه (arz) standbeeld van William Frederick Woodington (nl); Statue von William Frederick Woodington (de); تمثال فى المملكه المتحده (arz); sculpture by William Frederick Woodington in London, United Kingdom (en); تمثال في لامبيث، المملكة المتحدة (ar); פסל (he); patông (ace) The South Bank Lion At East End Of Westminster Bridge (en)
South Bank Lion 
sculpture by William Frederick Woodington in London, United Kingdom
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Part ofSouth Bank Sculpture Stroll
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Location Westminster Bridge, Lion Brewery, London Borough of Lambeth, United Kingdom
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  • 24 May 1837
51° 30′ 03.24″ N, 0° 07′ 11.452″ W
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