Florence Nightingale Sites

Embley Park  - Childhood home of Florence Nightingale located in the town of Romsey in Hampshire. Now a private collegiate school.

17207 Americans soldiers are buried here

Bench where Florence had her "calling" at age 17. Located on the grounds of Embley.

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Lea Hurst -  Childhood home of Florence Nightingale located in the rolling hills of Derbyshire.  She returned here after the Crimean War. Now a private residence.

Nurses Memorial

South Street, Mayfair -  Where Florence died on August 13, 1910.

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Plaque outside South Street home.

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Selimiye Barracks, known as Barrack Hospital during the Crimean War, was the British army's headquarters and hospital from 1854-1856. Scutari (now  Üsküdar) is on the Asian shore of the Bosphorus River and now serves as headquarters for the Turkish First Army.  

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"Her Tower" located in the northwest corner. Florence occupied two floors that overlooked Scutari port. Today, the two floors
are dedicated to a Florence Nightingale museum.  

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Southeast tower of Selimiye Barracks. British soldiers camped out here (where buses are located) en route to Crimea.

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Florence's resting place. The Church of Saint Margaret of Antioch, East Wellow, Hampshire.

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F. N.  Born  12 May 1820   Died  13 August 1910.  Florence's father and mother are also buried here. Her sister is buried
in Buckinghamshire with her husband.

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Edith Cavell (1865-1915) monument located adjacent to Trafalgar Square. WWI British nurse who helped hundreds of allied soldiers escape from German occupied Belgium which led to her execution.

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These photos are the private collection of Chris Foard and may not be used without his permission.

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