This intriguing roman era-inspired sculpture is located in Kensington Gardens just by the edge of the Serpentine Lake. The sculpture is the creation of the iconic sculptor Henry Moore, who was famous for his semi-abstract style works. It’s actually moved around a few times, having first been erected in 198o’s, before being dismantled in 1996 due to architectural instability. After restoration, it was re-erected in its original place in 2012. There is a bench positioned right in front of the sculpture, and it’s a perfect place to take a rest and take in the tranquillity of the moment. I come here now and again to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.