The Girl with a Dolphin statue stands at the North bank of the Thames river since 1973.
It's sculpted by David Wynne,
Constitution or Wellington Arch is between Hyde Park and Victoria it houses a sculpture of the angel of peace and chariot of war atop the arch. This is the largest bronze sculpture in Europe.
Just outside Victoria Station stands "Little Ben", a clock modelled on the Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament.
It stood here from 1892 to 1964 and was re-erected in 1981.
This monument was built in honour of The Duke of Wellington in 1828 as the northern gateway into Buckingham Palace. You can find it at the corner of Hyde Park where it is surrounded by traffic.
This status is right in front of Madame Tussaud's main entrance and was made in honour of Sherlock Holmes, the famous detective whose house was at the Baker Street.
This is on the Embankment...close to Embankment tube. Its from Egypt...lots of hiroglphics...and flanked by two Sphinx's...
Originally an entrance to Stockwell tube station, the building on the traffic island opposite the current entrance to the tube has been decorated as a war memorial.