The Leicester Square is one of the most famous squares in London. In between, there is a small garden, managed by the City of Westminster, the twin city of London. In between, you can find a statue of William Shakespeare surrounded by dolphins from the nineteenth century. In every corner of the park, there are several heads of famous people such as Isaac Newton, Joshua Reynolds, who was the first president of the Royal Academy, the famous surgeon John Hunter, and William Hogarth (a painter). If you look on the ground, the distances in kilometers from Leicester Square Gardens to various countries of the former British Empire are written there.