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Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto
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Fabiano Giuseppe Viaggio Virtuale A Londra Corretto

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  • 1. 1) INDEX <ul><li>2) The British Isles </li></ul><ul><li>3) The Union Jack </li></ul><ul><li>4) The United Kingdom </li></ul><ul><li>5) A short history of Britain </li></ul><ul><li>6) A virtual trip to London </li></ul><ul><li>7) Students </li></ul><ul><li>8) Departure-arrival </li></ul><ul><li>9) Programme 1st day </li></ul><ul><li>10) Programme 2nd day </li></ul><ul><li>11) Programme 3rd day </li></ul><ul><li>12) Programme 4th day </li></ul><ul><li>13) Itinerary </li></ul><ul><li>14) Buckingham Palace </li></ul><ul><li>15) Queen Elisabeth </li></ul><ul><li>16) The changing of Guard </li></ul><ul><li>17) Hyde Park </li></ul><ul><li>18) Trafalgar Square </li></ul><ul><li>19) Westminster Abbey </li></ul><ul><li>20) Houses of Parliament </li></ul><ul><li>21) Big Ben </li></ul><ul><li>22) Downing Street </li></ul><ul><li>23) The London Eye </li></ul><ul><li>24) The Tour of London </li></ul><ul><li>25) Tower Bridge </li></ul><ul><li>26) Piccadilly Circus </li></ul><ul><li>27) Madame Tussaud’s </li></ul><ul><li>28) Regent’ s Park </li></ul><ul><li>29) Saint Paul Cathedral </li></ul><ul><li>30) British Museum </li></ul><ul><li>31) St . James’ s Palace </li></ul><ul><li>32) St . James’ s Park </li></ul><ul><li>33) How to travel in London </li></ul><ul><li>34) Underground </li></ul><ul><li>35) Shopping “ Harrods ” </li></ul><ul><li>36) Hamley’ s Toy Shop </li></ul><ul><li>37) Covent Garden </li></ul><ul><li>38) Restaurants </li></ul><ul><li>39) post card </li></ul><ul><li>40) Post card: picture </li></ul><ul><li>41) good bye </li></ul>
  • 2. THE BRITISH ISLES OFFICIAL NAME : THE UNITED KINDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND (UK) POPULATION : APPROXIMATELY 57,000,000 MONARCHY CAPITAL : LONDON CURRENCY : POUND (£1=100 PENCE) AREA: 244,117 SQUARE KILOMETRES. HIGHEST MOUNTAINS: BEN NEVIS (1,343 m), SNOWDON (1,085 m). LONGEST RIVER : SEVER (354KM),THAMES (338 KM),TRENT (270 KM). LAKES: LOUGH NEAGH, LOCH LOMOND, LOCH NESS, LAKE WINDERMERE. CLIMATE : MAINLY CHANGEABLE, COLD WINTERS IN THE NORTH, WARM SUMMERS IN THE SOUTH. THE UNITED KINGDOM
  • 3. The Union Jack ENGLAND SCOTLAND IRELAND The Union Jack is The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is made up of three different flags : the flag of England, Scotland and Ireland . The red cross of St.George (on a white ground) represents England, the white diagonal cross of St.Andrew (on a blue ground) Scotland,and the red diagonal cross of St. Patrick (on a white ground ) Ireland
  • 4. THE UNITED KINGDOM SCOTLAND ENGLAND WALES NORTHERN IRELAND
  • 5. A SHORT HISTORY OF BRITAN <ul><li>THE CELTS : The Celts came to the British Isles about 2700 years ago. They lived in tribes in small villages. </li></ul><ul><li>THE ROMANS: Julius Caesar invaded Britain in 55 B.C. Emperor Claudius conquered it a hundred years later. The Romans built important towns ( London) and long streets. </li></ul><ul><li>THE ANGLO SAXONS (400 A.D.): They came from Germany across the sea. They were farmers and lived in small villages along the banks of the rivers . </li></ul><ul><li>THE VICKINGS: Between 800-900 the Vickings came in wooden ships from Scandinavia. They attacked the north and east coasts of Britain and settled in many areas. </li></ul><ul><li>THE NORMANS 1066 : In 1066 William Duke of Normandy defeated the Saxons at the battle of Hastings and was crowned King William I. The English did not want a Norman King and there were many revolts. </li></ul>
  • 6. A VIRTUAL TRIP TO LONDON MADE BY: GIUSEPPE FABIANO SCHOOL: GARIBALDI-MATTEUCCI SCHOOL YEAR 2005/2006
  • 7. <ul><li>Baqloul Abderrazzak </li></ul><ul><li>Gallai Brian </li></ul><ul><li>Ottone Maria </li></ul><ul><li>Abate Ylenia </li></ul><ul><li>Dashi Stivens </li></ul><ul><li>Sensi Gianmarco </li></ul><ul><li>Mordini Federica </li></ul><ul><li>Fabiano Giuseppe </li></ul><ul><li>Petti Federica </li></ul>STUDENTS TEACHERS: QUINTI DAMARA TAITI SILVIA
  • 8. FROM FLORENCE TO LONDON DEPARTURE: Place A.Vespucci airport Florence at 10.00 a.m ARRIVAL: Place Heatrhow airport at 12.00 a.m LONDON FLORENCE hello! LONDON
  • 9. programme 1st day Weather 25/5/06 Morning 10.00 a.m Departure from A. Vespucci airport Florence 12.00 a.m arrival at Heatrow airport London 1.00 p.m Hotel 1.30 p.m Lunch Afternoon 3.00 p.m visit To the centre of the London and the City 5.00 p.m 1 Tea in Hyde Park 6.00 p.m 2 Buckingham Palace 8.00 p.m 3 Dinner in Trafalgar Sq . Evening 9.30 p.m Night view of the city 10.30 p.m Hotel Menu Lunch: Chicken with chips, salad Dinner: Roast-beef, vegetables, chocolate cake Means of transport: Underground Taxi Rainy Cloudy Sunny programme 1st day
  • 10. programme 2nd day Weather 26/5/06 Morning 8.00 a.m Continental breakfast 10.00 a.m Sight seeing 4 Westminster Abbey 5 Houses of Parliament 5A Big Ben 5B Downing Street 1.00 a.m Lunch 6 London Eye Wheel Afternoon 3.00 p.m Sight seeing 7 Tower of London (The crown jewels) 5.00 p.m Tea 8 Tower bridge Shopping 8.00 p.m Dinner Evening 9.30 p.m 9 Night view of Piccadilly Circus 10.00 p.m Pub 10.30 p.m Hotel Menu Lunch: Sandwiches Dinner: Chicken with roasted potatoes Means of trasport: Underground Bus Rainy Cloudy Sunny
  • 11. programme 3rd day Weather 27/5/06 Morning 8.00 a.m Englis breakfast 9.30 a.m Sight seeing Tour 10 Madame Tussaud’s Planetarium Famous streets 1.00 a.m Lunch 11 Regent’ s Park Afternoon 3.00 p.m Sight seeing 12 S. Paul’ s Cathidral 5.00 p.m Tea Shopping in Covent Garden 8.00 p.m Dinner Evening 9.30 p.m Night view of the city 10.30 p.m Hotel Menu Lunch: Packed lunch Dinner: Fish and chips, salad Means of trasport: Underground Taxi Rainy Cloudy Sunny
  • 12. programme 4th day Weather 28/5/06 Morning 8.00 a.m Englis breakfast 9.30 a.m Sight seeing Tour 13 British Museum 14 St James Palace 1.30 a.m Lunch 15 St James Park Afternoon 4.00 p.m Departure from Hitrow airport 6.00 p.m Arrival at A.Vespucci airport MY OPINION ABAUT THE TRIP: FANTASTIC! Menu Lunch: Packed Lunch Means of Trasport: Underground Rainy Cloudy Sunny
  • 13. ITINERARY 2 1 3 10 4 5 5 B 5 A 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15
  • 14. BUCKINGHAM PALACE THE QUEEN LIVES IN BUCKINGHAM PALACE, A VERY BIG PALACE WITH MORE THAN 600 ROOMS. WHEN THE QUEEN IS AT HOME, THE ROYAL FLAG FLIES ON THE ROOF.
  • 15. QUEEN THE QUEEN’S GUARDS ROYAL STANDARD
  • 16. THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD <ul><li>THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD OF BUCKINGAM PALACE </li></ul>
  • 17. HYDE PARK THE SERPENTINE, RIDE A HORSE ALONG THE FAMOUS ROTTEN ROW OR GIVE YOUR POINT OF VIEW ABOUT A PARTICULAR PROBLEM AT SPEAKER’S CORNER THIS IS THE LARGEST PARK IN LONDON. INSIDE YOU CAN LISTEN TO A BAND, ROW ON THE LAKE CALLED
  • 18. TRAFALGAR SQUARE Trafalgar Square was built to commemorate the famous sea victory of 1805 in which the British admiral, lord Nelson, was killed. In honour of him a monument was built in the middle of the square and is known as Nelson column.
  • 19. WESTMINSTER ABBEY Westminster Abbey, more than 500 years old, is a wonderful example of English gothic style. It is used for Coronations, Royal Wedding and State Funerals. Many famous British people are buried here.
  • 20. THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT <ul><li>THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, WHERE THE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT (MPs) MEET AND WORK, ARE A FAMOUS LONDON SIGHT ALONG THE RIVER THAMES. THE CLOCK TOWER IS CALLED BIG BEN AND IT IS FAMOUS ALL OVER THE WORLD. ITS NAME REFERS TO THE BELL OF THE CLOCK. </li></ul>
  • 21. BIG BEN BIG BEN IS ONE OF FIRST THINGS YOU SEE WHEN VISIT LONDON. IT WAS ERECTED AFTER THE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT HAD BEEN BURNED IN 1834. THE HUGE CLOCK INSIDE THE TOWER IS EXTREMELY ACCURATE.
  • 22. DOWNING STREET THE PRIME MINISTER RESIDENCE
  • 23. THE LONDON EYE IT IS 135 METRES HIGH. IT STANDS BESIDE THE RIVER THAMES, NEAR THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. YOU CAN RIDE ON THE WHEEL IN BIG PLASTIC CABINS THE WHEEL TURNS VERY SLOWLY AND FROM THE TOP YOU CAN SEE ALL OF LONDON. THE VIEW IS MAGNIFICENT.
  • 24. THE TOWER OF LONDON ANCIENT FORTRESS IN LONDON, NOW USED AS A MUSEUM, WAS A ROYAL RESIDENCE IN THE MIDDLE AGES. LATER IT WAS A JAIL. IN THE TOWER OF LONDON THERE ARE THE CROWN JEWELS. THE BEEFEATERS ARE THE GUARDS OF THE TOWER.
  • 25. TOWER BRIDGE THIS VERY FAMOUS VICTORIAN BRIDGE, NOW MORE THAN 100 YEARS OLD,IS 60 METRES LONG AND ITS TOWERS RISE TO A HEIGHT OF 43 METRES. IT WAS DESIGNED BY WOLFE BARRY AND HORACE JONES AND COMPLETED IN 1874. IF YOU CLIMB THE TOWERS YOU CAN ENJOY A BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF THE RIVER AND SEE THE ORIGINAL STEAM MECHANISM FOR RAISING THE BASCULES. TOWER BRIDGE WAS OPENED IN 1894.
  • 26. Piccadilly Circus <ul><li>PICCADILLY CIRCUS IS THE CENTRE OF NIGHT LIFE IN THE WEST END. IT IS ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN PLACES IN LONDON. IN THIS AREA THERE ARE MANY THEATRES AND RESTAURANTS. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SQUARE THERE IS THE STATUE OF EROS. </li></ul>
  • 27. Madame Tussaud's Close to Madame Tussaud’s is the PLANETARIUM. Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., it is a favorite stop for the children who love astranomy. Laser concerts are sometimes held in the evening.
  • 28. REGENT’S PARK Here you can see wonderful houses, an open air theatre that presents performances of plays by Shakespeare, some colleges, and the London Zoo.
  • 29. <ul><li>THE PRESENT CATHEDRAL WAS DESIGNED IN NEO-CLASSICAL STYLE BY CHRISTOFHER WREN, AN ENGLISH ARCHITECT , AFTER GREAT FIRE OF LONDON DESTROYED IT IN 1666. ITS DOME IS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IN THE WORLD . IMPORTANT PEOPLE WERE BURIED HERE. </li></ul>ST. PAUL CATHEDRAL
  • 30. BRITISH MUSEUM IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM YOU CAN SEE BEAUTIFUL COLLECTIONS OF GREEK, EGYPTIAN AND ROMAN ART.
  • 31. <ul><li>St.James’s palace is one of London’s, oldest and most hystoric palaces. It is situated on The Mall in London, just north of St. James’s Park. </li></ul>SAINT JAMES’S PALACE
  • 32. ST JAMES’S PARK This park is the oldest and the most beautiful park in London. It dates back to 1532 when Henry VIII acquired it. St James’s Park is known today for its brilliant flowers borders and for the pelicans on the lake.
  • 33. HOW TO MOVE AROUND LONDON BY TAXI BY BUS A typical London means of transport is the old “ black car” It is cheaper than the “tube” Take the typical red “double”
  • 34. BY UNDERGROUND The quickest way to move is by underground, it is called the “tube”. There are various lines which take you very quickly from one side of the town to the other.
  • 35. Shopping: Harrod’s It is one of the world’s most famous and legendary stores, where you can buy practically anything
  • 36. IN REGENT STREET YOU CAN VISIT ONE OF THE BIGGEST TOY SHOPS IN THE WORLD, HAMLEY’S TOY SHOP. HAMLEY’S TOY SHOP
  • 37. COVENT GARDEN It was a fruit and vegetable market. Today there are fine elegant shops restaurants and street entertainers.
  • 38. Restaurants There are a lot of Chinese, Italian, Indian, Greek and Turkish restaurants. If your want to eat something English, go to “Fish and Chips”shop.
  • 39. NAME: ADDRESS: CITY: COUNTRY: Classe 1I Scuola media Garibaldi 50013 Campi Bisenzio ITALY Hello, class 1I I’m at the a restaurant in front of Big Ben, with my friends I’m happy here yesterday I visited the palace of Westminster and I slept in a beautiful hotel GOOD BYE GIUSEPPE Via G. LORCA
  • 40.  
  • 41. GOOD BYE

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