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Top 10 London Attractions
Transcript of Top 10 London Attractions
#3 - Buckingham Palace
The official residence of British monarchs. It is the largest royal palace still performing its original function and one of the largest pearl of the late Baroque.
#4 - London Eye
Ferris wheel located in the London Borough of Lambeth, on the south bank of the Thames, between Westminster and Hungerford bridges. The wheel has a height of 135 meters, and its complete rotation takes 30 minutes.
#1 - Big Ben
Big Ben is one of London's best-known landmarks and one of the symbols of the city.
It is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. The bell was named
after the first commissioner of works, Sir Benjamin Hall.
#2 - Oxford Street
London street including more than 300 shops, considered as the busiest one in the Europe. It has a length of 2,4 kilometres
#5 - Tower Bridge
Bascule bridge in London, carried out by the River Thames near the Tower of London, from which it takes its name. One of the most famous landmarks in London, built in the Victorian style.
#6 - Royal Opera House
One of the most important buildings of opera in London. It is located in the central part of the city Covent Garden. It is the seat of the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet
#7 - Kensington Gardens
It is one of the royal parks in London. It has an area of 275 acres.
#8 - St. Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral is arguably London’s most beautiful building, by the country’s greatest-ever architect – Christopher Wren.
#9 - Houses of Parliament
The Houses of Parliament are home to the UK government. It is made up of two chambers, the Lords and the Commons, and both are open to the public.
#10 - Tower of London
Defensive structure and the palace monarchs of England. Dressed characteristically guarded by guards called Yeomen Warders.