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the monuments of London
Transcript of the monuments of London
A day out in
It is in the south-east of England
London is on
Tower of London
an old castle and an ex prison.
Here you can see the Jewels of the Crown
Big Ben is the name of the bell in the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament
The London Eye is a modern tourist attraction. It is a big wheel on the river Thames. A trip on it is amazing!!!!
is the house of the
At 11 o'clock there is the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
London's West End is famous for its theaters and musicals. There are shows every night!!
It is a suspension Bridge built between 1886 and 1894. It crosses the river Thames and is one of the symbols of London.
The Queen, Iron Man Adele and Rihanna are popular statues
The Pirates of Caribbean is a new interactive exhibition. It's great!
It is a museum with wax statues of famous people.
it has more than 8 million objects from all over the world and its unique collection includes mummies, sarcophagi and the famous Rosetta Stone.
The British Museum has a special programme for young visitors: you can use digital technology to transform yourself into a pharaoh, an Egyptian god… Who said that museums are boring?
COVENT GARDEN is not a garden, it’ an area of London with a market and a lot of shops, cafés and restaurants. It’s famous for street musicians and performers.
Hyde Park, with its famous Serpentine Lake, St James Park and Regent’s Park are some of the city’s green areas. They are perfect for relaxing, cycling or skating but also offer many activities, like sports events, concerts and theatre shows. And they are all free!