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Technological improvements enabled Prince Albert to collect photographs of places that were significant to him


    Eagles Aviary, London Zoo

    circa 1852

    Salted paper print | 15.5 x 15.4 cm (image) | RCIN 2905542

    Photograph showing the Eagles Aviary at London Zoo. Five eagles can be seen in the aviary. Two eagles are seated on a branch, two on a rock and one eagle is perched on a rear wall in the Aviary. The Monkey House is visible in background behind aviary. 

    Photograph is from a set of 43 photographs (2905515-2905557) of animals at London Zoo
    • Creator(s)

      Don Juan, Comte de Montizón (1822–87)


    • 15.5 x 15.4 cm (image)

    • Acquired by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

    • Subject(s)
      • Natural Sciences & Mathematics
        • Zoology
          • Animals
            • Birds
              • Birds of prey
                • Eagles
      • Places
        • Europe
          • Great Britain
            • England
              • Greater London [England]
                • London [Greater London]
                  • Regent's Park [London]
                    • London Zoo [The Regent's Park]
                      • Aviary [London Zoo]