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The northwest plinth in Trafalgar Square has a long and complicated history: it was supposed to host a statue of William IV, but there were insufficient funds to build it and the plinth remained empty for 150 years. Finally, in 1998, it was decided that the plinth would play host to an ever-changing series of public art commissions – the results are inevitably striking and a city-wide talking point.
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