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Statue of Queen Victoria in The Lahore Museum

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Queen Victoria Statue in The Lahore Museum
Queen Victoria Statue in The Lahore Museum

Queen Victoria Statue in The Lahore Museum

Queen Victoria (1819-1910) was queen of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. She was proclaimed Empress of India in 1876. This bronze statue of Queen Victoria wearing her Honiton lace apron was first displayed in Charing Cross (Faisal Chowk) Lahore under the marble canopy. But later it was replace with with stoned replica of Quran and it was shifted to the Lahore Museum in 1974.

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  1. Amjed Saleem Alvi
    Amjed Saleem Alvi
    I wish we could keep that statue at its original place at charring cross. By transferring the statue, we cannot change the history, and while the statue was remain at Chairing Cross, it could not stop us achieving the independence. We should be realistic. There is nothing in these "Tamashas".
    5 years ago · Reply
  2. Fatima'
    Fatima'
    this was 2 good
    6 years ago · Reply