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Presentación Ingles III - Londres

Presentación de la ciudad de Londres, sitios de interes y demas.

Juan castellanos

on 7 September 2012

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Half of the twentieth century the Chinese remaining in London suffered serious hardships. Luckily for them, the soldiers returning from Asia arrived eager to continue tasting Asian food. At that time the first restaurants opened in Gerrard Street, a street with a lot of international gastronomic reputation.

The popularity of Chinese restaurants attracted large Asian entrepreneurs who turned the area in Chinatown today. China Town
Located on the top floor of the Church of St. Thomas, the Old Operating Theatre Museum (The Old Operating Theatre) exposes the horrors of experimental surgery that took place in the country's oldest operating theater. The Old Operating Theatre
The Monument to the Great Fire of London, more commonly known as The Monument (The Monument), was built between 1671 and 1677 to commemorate the Great Fire of London and to celebrate the rebuilding of the city. The Monument
The Shakespeare's Globe Theatre is a faithful reproduction of the theater built in 1599, in which Shakespeare performed his most famous works. Located less than 200 meters from the original venue, the theater was built from different sources to create a building that achieved virtually identical to the original. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Trafalgar Square is one of the most important and lively places in central London. It was created in 1830 to commemorate the victory of the British navy against the Spanish and French at the Battle of Trafalgar. Trafalgar Square London Eye After its opening in 2000, the amazing waterwheel of 135 meters known as The London Eye has become one of the most emblematic icons of the city and across Britain.
Kensington Palace Located in Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace has been the residence of the British monarchy for more than 300 years. Picadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus is the venue for many Londoners and tourists as a meeting point thanks to its privileged situation and the enormous wealth of entertainment that exists in the area. Known as Big Ben, the famous clock of the Houses of Parliament has become one of the most famous images of London, and one of the main symbols of the city. Big Ben Tower Bridge Tower Bridge is one of the most prominent symbols of London. This striking drawbridge built Victorian, is located next to the Tower of London. Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace is the official residence of
the British Royal Family in London since 1837.
Currently, it is the place of residence of
Queen Elizabeth II. Tower of London
Built during the reign of William I, the Tower of London is a huge fortification that has worked throughout its history as a royal residence, armory, fortress and prison. Also known as the Houses of Parliament, is a Victorian Gothic building that houses the two houses that make up the British Parliament. Palace of Westminster a visit to London Juan Estupiñan
Jaime Sarmiento
English Level 3
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