These are two of several landmarks surrounding Trafalgar Square. On the left is the National Gallery. William Wilkins’ Neoclassical design features a splendid dome and a portico supported by Corinthian columns. Inside is a collection of more than 2,300 paintings. The art museum hosts six million visitors annually. On the right is St Martin-in-the-Fields. The Anglican church was constructed in 1726 by architect James Gibbs. The impressive clock tower reaches a height of 192 feet.