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London project

A path for London
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Juan Rived

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of London project

Study and other
interesting things to do
in London, U.K.
Try to understand something in
Speaker´s corner
Study in the center of London at an
English School
We also need to sleep.
Better In front of Kensington gardens
Bayswater Inn
Trafalgar square
A must-see the
National gallery
a dream come true for an ancient historian.
British Museum
Discover a new artist in
Covent Garden
Tate Modern & The Globe
Shakespeare´s Globe
bridge
Back to
Pollock's Toy Museum
Borough Market
feel like a little kid
Science Museum
Be romantic at
The serpentine
feel elegant strolling through
St James's Park
Peter pan´s statue
Tate Modern
Act as Romeo ... or Juliet
The best way to get from City Hall
to the Tower of London
is to walk across
the tower
Take a break under the gaze of Nelson
childhood
Hamley´s
Curious oasis in Soho
China Town
submerge yourself in another culture
Stonehenge
a place full of magic and wisdom
Borough Market
Get lost in the
Speaker´s corner
Hamley´s
Possibly the best
toy store in the world
My little weakness
My little weakness
China Town
And much more...
And much more...
I will this could happen
I will this could happen
Study and other
interesting things to do
in London, U.K.
Tate Modern & The Globe
Tate Modern
A visit to the
Shakespeare´s Globe
the tower
bridge
Trafalgar square
National gallery
Language School
Covent Garden
Pollock's Toy Museum
British Museum
Bayswater Inn
Peter pan´s statue
looking for
The serpentine
Science Museum
St James's Park
where our money goes...
The city
The city
London Zoo
London Zoo
submerge yourself in another culture
National Theatre
Chapel market
Planetarium
Westmister Abbey
big ben & parliament
London eye
Camden town
Camden town
Lincoln`s inn fields
British library
Enjoy mixing with the multicultural crowd
Nite, Nite!... and Morning!
Soho neighborhood
Soho neighborhood
nightlife
I could play games, watch films and read about art in their interactive areas, or sketch in the gallery.
I want to discover an special artist, Suzanne Lacy. She was born in 1945, USA. She has worked collaboratively with artists and communities since the 1970s.
Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition offers a fascinating introduction to the world-famous Globe Theatre and life in Shakespeare's London. And is available all year!

"An old man is twice a child".
W. Shakespeare
Borough Market is more than a place to buy and sell food. It’s a unique corner of London that captures their rich culinary history. A source of quality British and international produce, they has a reputation as the country’s most renowned food market. It’s a place where people to come to discover the tastes, aromas, textures and colours that only fresh, seasonal food can offer.
The bridge consists of two towers tied together at the upper level by means of two horizontal walkways, designed to withstand the horizontal forces exerted by the suspended sections of the bridge on the landward sides of the towers. The vertical component of the forces in the suspended sections and the vertical reactions of the two walkways are carried by the two robust towers. The bascule pivots and operating machinery are housed in the base of each tower.
The National Gallery houses one of the finest collections of Western European paintings in the world. There is a selection of 30 highlights includes some of the Gallery's best-loved works.
London is one of the world's most exciting capital cities and host to
millions of visitors every year.
A vibrant, bustling multicultural city full of contrasts.
English has fast become the language of global communication, and
whether it's for work, study or just fun, what better place to learn
perfectly located to enjoy everything London has to offer.
English than in the heart of London. The school is located close to all the
major tourist attractions, to shops, theatres, restaurants and cinemas.
Get the most from each day - enjoy a stimulating course and still be
to see another kind of citizens
From street performances and cultural events to a full-on operatic experience, Covent Garden’s cultural action is world-class.
The British Museum was founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world. From the beginning it granted free admission to all 'studious and curious persons'. Visitor numbers have grown from around 5,000 a year in the eighteenth century to nearly 6 million today.
Pollock’s Toy Museum occupies two houses joined together in the heart of Fitzrovia, one 18th century, one 19th; the rooms are small and connected by narrow winding staircases. Every corner is filled with visual delights and no matter which direction you look new surprises are there to behold.
The location in London is extremely symbolic: it was in those same gardens that author James Barrie met the children who were the inspiration for the characters and the tale that is so well-known and loved.
The Science Museum stocks hundreds of thousands of exhibits, from microchips to life-sized aircraft, including steam engines and spacecraft. A trip to this museum is an education in itself, not just in science itself but in the history and role of science in society.
St James's Park is the oldest Royal Park in London and is surrounded by three palaces. The most ancient is Westminster, which has now become the Houses of Parliament, St James's Palace and of course, the best known, Buckingham Palace.
London’s original Chinatown was in the East End, where Chinese employees of the East India Company had first appeared in the 18th century. The Company employed thousands of Chinese sailors; most were based in China, but a small number chose to leave their ships and settle in the docks at Limehouse.
This is all what the grant
will allow me to visit.
St. Paul`s cathedral
Westminster Abbey is one of the world’s greatest churches, a designated World Heritage Site and ‘Royal Peculiar’, which means the Dean is directly answerable to the monarch. The coronation of Kings and Queens has taken place here since 1066!!!
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames in London, England. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres (394 ft).
But it`s very upmarket!!!
I want to see
a play in the NT!
A quiet place to study.
St Paul's Cathedral acts as an important meeting place for people and ideas, as a centre for the arts, learning and public debate.
Royal Albert Hall
The planetarium it is the
centrepiece of the
Royal Observatory's recent redevelopment project and is the only planetarium in London. I`m advised to book your tickets before your visit to avoid disappointment.
Explore 14 million books, 920,000 journal and newspaper titles, 58 million patents, 3 million sound recordings, and much more.
Find what you need - in the arts and humanities, sciences, or any subject.
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