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Beatiful places in london

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  • 1. Westminster Abbey - itbegins and ends with theKings fate: within its wallscrowned Britishmonarch, but here they findeternal rest.
  • 2.  Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew Gardens) spread over an area of 300 acres. They can see more than 40 000 plant species. On its territory there are a Japanese garden, rock garden and two art galleries.
  • 3. London Eye Ferris Wheel(London Eye) height of 135 m -the tallest Ferris wheel in theworld. On it you can make ahalf-hour flight over the capitalof Great Britain, admiring themagnificent views. The mostromantic time for the inspectionof London - the evening when itbegins to darken and the bottomset of lights lit.
  • 4. Probably, the most ancient andbeloved national tradition - it isa monarchy. Her character -Buckingham Palace - theresidence of Queen Elizabeth II,is now open for inspection to thepublic.