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Places of Interest in London.

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Marina Savchenko

on 1 December 2015

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Transcript of Places of Interest in London.

Places of Interest in London
Match the columns:
Trafalgar Square an attractive
place

St. Paul's Cathedral houses collection
of species of
animals

Buckingham Palace the Nelson's
column

Westminster Abbey a royal church

London Zoo the protestant
church in England

Hyde Park where kings and
queens live
Check your asnwers:
Trafalgar Square is in the central London and so named to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Nelson's column is in the centre surrouded by fountains and four huge bronze lions.
St. Paul's Cathedral
It is the work of the famous architect Sir Christopher Wren.
It is the largest protestant church in England.
Its high dome contains the remarkable Whispering Gallery.
Trafalgar Square
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey is a symbol of England. It is a royal church. The legend says that Westminster Abbey was founded by St. Peter himself. We know that Westminster Abbey was built by King Edward in 1065. The coronation of all British Kings and Queens takes place in Westminster Abbey.Some famous English people are also buried here. You can see the tombs of many British Kings and Queens and other famous people here.
Mark the statements true (T) or false (F)
1. Westminster Abbey is a symbol of England.
2. The legend says that Westminster Abbey was founded by St. George.
3. We know that Westminster Abbey was built by King Edward in 1065.
4. The coronation of all British monarchs takes place here.
Check your answers:
Look! What's this?
The London black cab is an icon of this city.The drivers know much about London and they should pass the special test.
Are you tired?
Let's have a rest in....
Hyde Park
It is a black cab.
It's a double-decker.
It is a bus and has two storeys or "decks". The red double-decker buses in London have become a national symbol of Britain.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott designed the first red telephone box. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot. The red telephone box is as symbolic as fish and chips.
It is the famous telephone box.
Answer the questions:
1. Why do the Londeners visit Hyde Park?
2.What is the most visited areas of the park?
3.When is Hyde park open to the public?
4. Great exhibitions, demonstrations and great concerts take place in Hyde Park, don't they?
5.Is Hyde Park worth visiting?
Buckingham Palace is the place where British kings and queens live when they are in London. A lot of tourists go to this place. They stand outside and see the Changing of the Guard.
Buckingham Palace
Let's go to the London Zoo
Are you fond of animals?
London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in 1828 and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. Today it houses a collection of 755 species of animals.
Trafalgar Square the Nelson's
columnan

St. Paul's Cathedral the protestant
church in England


Buckingham Palace where kings and
queens live

Westminster Abbey a royal church

London Zoo houses collection
of species of
animals

Hyde Park an attractive
place
Your hometask is....
Fill in the necessary letters and you'll see the task.
Trafa...ger Square
Tel...phone box
Wes...minster Abbey
St. Paul'Ca...hedral
Tow...r if London
Hyde Pa..k
Right you are.
At home you should write a letter to your pen-friend about London and its sightseeings. Remember the rules of letter writing.
Our lesson over. Good bye.
1. Westminster Abbey is a symbol of England.
2. The Legend says that Westminster Abbey was founded by St. George.
3. We know that Westminster Abbey was built by King Edward in 1065.
4. The coronation of all British monarchs takes place here.
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Wes
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St. Paul'Ca
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