London
Sightseeing Tour

By Natalya Kononenko
London
Hello, ladies and gentlemen. We welcome you
to London. London is one of the largest cities in
the world. About nine...
Trafalgar Square
We start from Trafalgar Square. On the
column in the centre there is a statue of Admiral
Nelson who defea...
National Gallery
To the left of us you can see the National
Gallery. It has a fine collection of European
paintings. The N...
Piccadilly Circus
Now we are coming to Piccadilly Circus.
It is the meeting point of six streets. We've just
passed Piccad...
Hyde Park
Hyde Park is famous for Marble Arch, a
triumphal arch near its north­east corner, and for
Speakers' Corner, clos...
Buckingham Palace
Now we are at Buckingham Palace. It is
the London home of the Queen. When the flag
is flying on the top ...
St. James's Park
We have just turned left and you can see St.
James's Park. It is one of the royal parks. Here you
can see...
Regent’s Park
In Regent's Park there is the London Zoo. It is
one of the biggest zoos in the world.
The Houses of Parliament
In front of you you can see the Houses of
Parliament and Big Ben.The Houses of Parliament
is the ...
Big Ben
Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the
world. It is the name of the huge clock in one of the
tall towers ...
Westminster Abbey
In a moment you will see Westminster Abbey.
It is a royal church. Here you can see the tombs of
many Bri...
Tower Bridge
Now we are crossing Tower Bridge over the
river Thames
Tower of London
From here you can see the Tower of London. It
was a fortress, a royal palace and later a prison. It is
a m...
St. Paul’s Cathedral
We are now making our way to the second
famous church, St. Paul's Cathedral. It is the
greatest work ...
Madam Tussaud’s Museum
It consists of several halls with wax images of
outstanding political characters, poets and writers...
Our tour has finished. I hope very much that
you have enjoyed this tour of London. Thank you
and goodbye.
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  1. 1. London Sightseeing Tour By Natalya Kononenko
  2. 2. London Hello, ladies and gentlemen. We welcome you to London. London is one of the largest cities in the world. About nine million people live here. London is more than two thousand years old. London's most famous sights are Tower Bridge, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and St. Paul's Cathedral. You'll see all these places and much more of London from our red double-decker.
  3. 3. Trafalgar Square We start from Trafalgar Square. On the column in the centre there is a statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
  4. 4. National Gallery To the left of us you can see the National Gallery. It has a fine collection of European paintings. The National Gallery is rich in painting by Italian masters such as Raphael and Veronese. It has pictures of all European schools of art such as works by Rembrandt, Rubens and El Greco. The gallery is open seven days a week and admission is free.
  5. 5. Piccadilly Circus Now we are coming to Piccadilly Circus. It is the meeting point of six streets. We've just passed Piccadilly Circus and now we are making our way to Buckingham Palace.
  6. 6. Hyde Park Hyde Park is famous for Marble Arch, a triumphal arch near its north­east corner, and for Speakers' Corner, close to the arch. Large crowds gather at Speakers' Corner to hear people express their opinions on politics, religion, and many other topics. Hyde Park also has a lake called the Serpentine, popular with Londoners for boating, fishing and swimming.
  7. 7. Buckingham Palace Now we are at Buckingham Palace. It is the London home of the Queen. When the flag is flying on the top she is at home. Look, they are changing the Guard. It happens every day at 11.30 a.m.
  8. 8. St. James's Park We have just turned left and you can see St. James's Park. It is one of the royal parks. Here you can see pelicans and ducks.
  9. 9. Regent’s Park In Regent's Park there is the London Zoo. It is one of the biggest zoos in the world.
  10. 10. The Houses of Parliament In front of you you can see the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.The Houses of Parliament is the seat of the British government.
  11. 11. Big Ben Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the world. It is the name of the huge clock in one of the tall towers of the Houses of Parliament. The Clock Tower, overlooking Westminster Bridge is 316 ft high and 40 ft square. People are allowed to get inside the Tower so that they can see the works of Big Ben. There is no lift and there are three hundred and forty steps up to Big Ben. The faces of the clock are very large. The minute hand is 14 ft long, the hour hand is 9 ft, the figures are 2 ft long.
  12. 12. Westminster Abbey In a moment you will see Westminster Abbey. It is a royal church. Here you can see the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people and the beautiful Henry VII Chapel.
  13. 13. Tower Bridge Now we are crossing Tower Bridge over the river Thames
  14. 14. Tower of London From here you can see the Tower of London. It was a fortress, a royal palace and later a prison. It is a museum now. There are a lot of interesting collections in the Tower of London. The ravens are another famous sight. The legend says that without them the Tower will fall. The Raven Master is the person who gives them food.
  15. 15. St. Paul’s Cathedral We are now making our way to the second famous church, St. Paul's Cathedral. It is the greatest work of the architect Sir Christopher Wren.
  16. 16. Madam Tussaud’s Museum It consists of several halls with wax images of outstanding political characters, poets and writers, world-famous film stars and musicians.
  17. 17. Our tour has finished. I hope very much that you have enjoyed this tour of London. Thank you and goodbye.
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