Lady Godiva Statue (Coventry) Reviews
Description:Sightseeing National / 26 Broadgate / Coventry / West Midlands / CV1 1NE / England
Newest Review: ... has now been removed and In my opinion it shows the Statue in better light. No longer do you have the canopy in the background of pictures, unfortunately, you do get some ugly buildings. It is possible however to get a picture of the statue with the Lady Godiva Clock in the background. On the hour the clock sounds and a mechanised Lady Godiva travels around a short track underneath the ... more
Customer Lady Godiva Statue (Coventry) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Lady Godiva, one of Coventry's most famous residents, is a popular story that's often told in schools worldwide. Therefore, visitors to Coventry are often keen to see the memorial to her. The Statue is currently located in Broadgate, just outside of Cathedral Lanes. There have been some modifications to the picture you can see for the review, thankfully, the big canopy has now been removed and In my opinion it shows the Statue in better light. No longer do you have the canopy in the background of pictures, unfortunately, you do get some ugly buildings. It is possible however to get a picture of the statue with the Lady Godiva Clock in the ... Read the complete review
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