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Trafalgar Square Line breaks: Tra|fal¦gar Square
Pronunciation: /trəfalɡə ˈskwɛə/

Definition of Trafalgar Square in English:

A square in central London, planned by John Nash and built between the 1820s and 1840s. It is dominated by Nelson’s Column, a memorial to Lord Nelson.

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