Visiting  London<br />
Parlament<br />London's Big Ben is not the tower, but the bell in the tower, that forms part of ourHouses of Parliament.<b...
Palacehistory<br />Officially called the Palace of Westminster, there was a royal palace here in the middle ages. Henry VI...
The castrate<br />The great bell is named after the first Commissioner of Works, Sir Benjamin Hall. Also in the clock towe...
OXFORT STREET, LONDON SHOPPING<br />
LONDON SHOPPING<br />Oxford Street, London, runs from Marble Arch (Marks and Spencer) via Selfridges and John Lewis to Oxf...
OXFORT SREET <br />Oxford Street today is perhaps the most popular of the shopping streets in the capital, as it contains ...
Museums in London<br />NationalGallery  <br />Imperial War <br />ApsleyHouse <br />British Museum<br />TateGallery <br />Q...
acres of playing fields                     <br />a boating and sailing lake                          <br />the city's Zoo...
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Presentació ingles dolors

  1. 1. Visiting London<br />
  2. 2. Parlament<br />London's Big Ben is not the tower, but the bell in the tower, that forms part of ourHouses of Parliament.<br />
  3. 3. Palacehistory<br />Officially called the Palace of Westminster, there was a royal palace here in the middle ages. Henry VIII gave it over to government. A fire almost completely destroyed the old palace in 1834. The present building was built in the distinctive Victorian Gothis between 1840 and 1860 by Sir Charles Barry and A W Pugin<br />
  4. 4. The castrate<br />The great bell is named after the first Commissioner of Works, Sir Benjamin Hall. Also in the clock tower is a prison cell for MPs who transgress against Parliamentary privilage - it was last used in 1880 for this purpose<br />
  5. 5. OXFORT STREET, LONDON SHOPPING<br />
  6. 6. LONDON SHOPPING<br />Oxford Street, London, runs from Marble Arch (Marks and Spencer) via Selfridges and John Lewis to Oxford Circus and another large branch of Marks and Spencer<br />
  7. 7. OXFORT SREET <br />Oxford Street today is perhaps the most popular of the shopping streets in the capital, as it contains most of the department stores catering for the middle of the market. On a wet day you can quickly scurry from store to store and while away many happy hours out of the rain.<br />
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  10. 10. Museums in London<br />NationalGallery  <br />Imperial War <br />ApsleyHouse <br />British Museum<br />TateGallery <br />Queens Gallery <br />SoamesMuseum  <br />Canal Museum<br />
  11. 11. acres of playing fields <br />a boating and sailing lake <br />the city's Zoo on the north side<br />open air theatre<br />shady avenues<br />LONDON<br />Regents park<br />
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