River Thames, south of the island of Great Britain. It is the capital of England.
London's most interesting streets
Abbey Road street is known to be in showing the four members of the Beatles crossing the zebra crossing on the cover of 1969 album Abbey Road.
Carnaby Street is one of the most central streets of London since the 60's when some of the biggest rock groups of the era performed here most of their purchases of clothing and accessories.
THE LONDON EYE The london eye is the biggest wheel of the world it has 135 meters tall. It is the world's highest observation wheel. Was a challenge to build it. His inauguration was in March of the year 2000. He has won more than 75 awards for tourism and engineering. Up there is a very nice experience and feel like flying in the air and see all London small.
Hyde is a London Royal Park which Henry VIII acquired in 1536 (it had been owned by the monks of Westminster Abbey before that). A large area of open space in the city centre of 630 acres and a perimeter of 4 miles. It has the memorials at Marble Arch at the east side and Kensington palace at the west. Also within its environs is the Albert Memorial, Queen Victoria's monument to her husband.
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 Big Ben