 1. Introduction 2. Big Ben 3. Buckingham Palace 4. Madame Tussauds London 5. Westminster Abbey 6. the Tower Bridge...
 London is the capital of the United Kingdom and Northern Island. It isthe largest city, urban zone and metropolitan area...
 Big Ben is the most recognizable landmark of London. In general, BigBen is the name of the great bell of the clock, loca...
 Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarchs anda popular London attraction. It is located...
 The symbol of London, Madame Tussauds wax Museum was opened in 1835. There are figures of thousands of well-known peopl...
 Westminster Abbey and Cathedral Church of St. Peter, one of the mainshrines of England, located in the London borough of...
 The Tower Bridge is a business card of London, its history is closelylinked with the nearby tower. The emergence of the ...
 1.http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CB%EE%ED%E4%EE%ED 2 http://www.tourister.ru/world/europe/united-kingdom/city/london/pla...
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  1. 1.  1. Introduction 2. Big Ben 3. Buckingham Palace 4. Madame Tussauds London 5. Westminster Abbey 6. the Tower Bridge 7. The list of used resources 8. The author of the project
  2. 2.  London is the capital of the United Kingdom and Northern Island. It isthe largest city, urban zone and metropolitan area in the UnitedKingdom, and the European Union by most measures. London islocated on the River Thames. London is a leading global city, withstrengths in thearts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare,media, professional services, research and development, tourism. Thereare a lot of beautiful sights in London.
  3. 3.  Big Ben is the most recognizable landmark of London. In general, BigBen is the name of the great bell of the clock, located in the northernpart of Westminster Palace in London, although the name is also oftenused to refer to the clock or the clock tower in general. It is part of thearchitectural complex of Westminster Palace. Big Ben is the largest quadripartite clock with bells and the third tallestclock tower in the world.
  4. 4.  Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarchs anda popular London attraction. It is located in the city of Westminster. The Palaceis designed for formal ceremonies, banquets and receptions and is the maintourist attraction. In the period of national holidays or public disturbances nearthe residence of the Queens there are always a lot of people. Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous buildings in the world.
  5. 5.  The symbol of London, Madame Tussauds wax Museum was opened in 1835. There are figures of thousands of well-known people from all over the world:public and religious figures, actors, legends of sports, famouswriters, artists, musicians. In the head office of the Museum of MadamTussauds in London you can still see the most famous Study of the Horror. Alsoin the halls of the Museum thematic films are displaying on the largescreen, carrying the visitors in different epochs of the history of London, startingwith the Great Fire of 1666 and ending with the twentieth century.
  6. 6.  Westminster Abbey and Cathedral Church of St. Peter, one of the mainshrines of England, located in the London borough of Westminster. ThisGothic Church is a traditional place of coronation and burial site of theBritish monarchs. Also there are regular concerts of spiritual and secular music in theAbbey.
  7. 7.  The Tower Bridge is a business card of London, its history is closelylinked with the nearby tower. The emergence of the tower bridge is forthe decision of Parliament, in 1872, it decided that the city neededanother bridge, which would organically fit into the ensemble of thetower, and at the same time would be a swing and would not violate thetraffic flow of the courts following to the docks on the Thames.
  8. 8.  1.http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CB%EE%ED%E4%EE%ED 2 http://www.tourister.ru/world/europe/united-kingdom/city/london/placeofinterest?page=1&sort=rating
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