Marble Arch

There are some amazing attractions and structures in London which stick in peoples memories, these attractions carry so much historical and cultural value that they're best kept reserved forever so generation through generation we can learn about the origins of it. Things like this help us stick to our roots and remember where we came from. In this case I am talking about the incredible 19th century white marble faced arch or the 'marble arch'. This gorgeous piece of architecture is a piece of British history and can be found now on a large traffic island on Oxford street, Park lane for all to see.

The Marble Arch was originally designed by John Nash in 1827 and intended to be the state entrance to the cour d'honneur of Buckingham palace, in 1851 following the widening of Park Lane it was relocated and has stayed on park lane ever since. Throughout history only the members of the royal family, King's troops, Royal horse artillery could pass through the arch and at that it would only happen during ceremonial processions. Now a days when you tell a person you're at the Marble Arch, if they know how to navigate through London remotely, they'll know where you are.

This is why Marble Arch is such an important area, Marble Arch is used as a meeting point for many people. You know that if you get lost anywhere in London, you can always meet back at the Marble Arch and be fine doing so. Even if you didn't know where it was you could easily ask someone for assistance and they'd easily guide you to it.

Call us today for a sublimely sensual Marble Arch tantric massage in London today. Transportation is also very efficient as well as the marble arch stands basically right next to a train station.