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  • 1. PLACES OF LONDON
  • 2. BIG BENBig Ben is the name that gives them to the great bell of London, but this name is said to the tower of the clock. This clock is very famous in the world.
  • 3. LONDON EYE The London eye is known popularly as the eye of London, ended in 1999, it was the major treadmill - viewing-point of the world. This treadmill viewing-point reaches approximately 135 m of altitude
  • 4. TRAFALGAR SQUARETrafalgar square is the center of London,It was constructed to commemorate Trafalgars Battle in which the British navy won to the French and Spanish navies opposite to the coasts of Cadiz, Spain.
  • 5. GREEN PARK It is one of the Royal Parks of London., it is located between Hyde Park and St. James Park. All of them together with the Kensington Gardens and Buckingham Palaces gardens form one almost continuous opened esplanade. Green park is the only park that has neither statues nor sources
  • 6. PICADILLY CIRCUSPiccadilly Circus is a famous square and intersection of streets placed in the West End of London. It is the principal street of purchases, there is a source in Shaftesburys memory and the statue known as Eros.
  • 7. BUCKINGHAM PALACE It is the official residence of the British monarch in London. The palace is used for ceremonies and visits of State, tourist visits and as residence on the part of the queen Isabel II, and it is in addition the principal headquarters of the royal collection of art
  • 8. BY MARIA AND NOEMI