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The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
The tower of london
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The tower of london

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Tower of London

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  • 1. Alexandra Morales Roig THE TOWER OF LONDON
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  • 3. The Tower of London…
    • -Was built in 1066 by William the Conqueror.
    • -It was originally to protect from the English.
    • -Then it became a prison and a place for executions.
    • -There are different buildings, for example…
  • 4. The White Tower
    • Prisoners arrived to the tower through the Traitor’s gate from the river on a bought.
    • In The White Tower there is a collection of weapons and armours.
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  • 6. The Tower Green
    • On Tower Green you can see the famous ravens a tradition says that if the ravens leave the tower the monarchy build disappeared and the Kingdom will fall .
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  • 8. Beefeaters for the Yomen Gardens…
    • … are the people who control the tower every day the ceremony of the Keys takes places and the chief warden logs the tower at night.
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  • 10. Jewell House
    • In the Jewell House you can see the wood where people were execute.
    • Anne Boleyn was executed here.
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