ROYAL LONDONROYAL LONDON
By:
●Estefanía Rey
●Lidia Sánchez
●Vanessa Gómez
●4 DIV
Kensington Palace
● The Kensington
Palace has nine
function rooms; the
largest can hold a
maximum of 300
guests, the
small...
Kensington Palace
● The Victorian era describes
19th century London and is
named after the reign of
Queen Victoria. She wa...
Wellington Arch
InterContinental
London Park Lane
delivers elegant
natural interiors
and award-wining
seasonal cuisine.
Wellington Arch
●
Come inside thisCome inside this
famous landmark.famous landmark.
Recently opened toRecently opened to
v...
Wellington Arch
● Set in the heart of
royal London at
Hyde Park Corner,
Wellington Arch was
built in 1825-7 as
part of a c...
Hyde Park
● Hyde Park is one of
the largest parks in
central London,
England, and one of
the Royal Parks of
London, famous...
Hyde Park
● The park is
divided in two by
the Serpentine.
Hyde Park
● The park was the
site of the Great
Exhibition of 1851,
for which he built
the Crystal Palace
designed by
Josep...
Westminster Abbey
● The church of
Westminster
Abbey is the
Roman style.
St. James's Park
● Every year millions
of Londoners and
tourists visit St
James's Park, the
oldest of the
capital's eight
...
St. James's Park
● St James's Park is
the oldest Royal
Park in London
and is surrounded
by three palaces.
Buckingham Palace
● Buckingham
Palace is the
official London
residence and
principal
workplace of the
monarchy of the
Unit...
Buckingham Palace
● Located in the CityCity
of Westminster,of Westminster,
the palace is often
at the centre of
state occa...
Buckingham Palace
● The marshy ground
was watered by the
river Tyburn, which
still flows below the
courtyard and south
win...
Queen Victoria Memorial
● The Victoria Memorial
is a sculpture
dedicated to Queen
Victoria, sculpted by
Sir Thomas Brock i...
Queen Victoria Memorial
● The Memorial was
dedicated in 1911
by George V and
his first cousin,
Wilhelm II of
Germany, the ...
Very British nailwork
● Very creative: you
can actually
“wear” London in
your nails.
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London (quizz)

  1. 1. ROYAL LONDONROYAL LONDON By: ●Estefanía Rey ●Lidia Sánchez ●Vanessa Gómez ●4 DIV
  2. 2. Kensington Palace ● The Kensington Palace has nine function rooms; the largest can hold a maximum of 300 guests, the smallest is ideal for 20.
  3. 3. Kensington Palace ● The Victorian era describes 19th century London and is named after the reign of Queen Victoria. She was born at Kensington Palace where you can explore her life in a permanent exhibition
  4. 4. Wellington Arch InterContinental London Park Lane delivers elegant natural interiors and award-wining seasonal cuisine.
  5. 5. Wellington Arch ● Come inside thisCome inside this famous landmark.famous landmark. Recently opened toRecently opened to visitors, this splendidvisitors, this splendid triumphal arch attriumphal arch at HydeHyde Park CornerPark Corner waswas originally designed as aoriginally designed as a grand approach togrand approach to Buckingham Palace.Buckingham Palace.
  6. 6. Wellington Arch ● Set in the heart of royal London at Hyde Park Corner, Wellington Arch was built in 1825-7 as part of a campaign to improve the royal parks.
  7. 7. Hyde Park ● Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London, England, and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers' Corner.
  8. 8. Hyde Park ● The park is divided in two by the Serpentine.
  9. 9. Hyde Park ● The park was the site of the Great Exhibition of 1851, for which he built the Crystal Palace designed by Joseph Paxton.
  10. 10. Westminster Abbey ● The church of Westminster Abbey is the Roman style.
  11. 11. St. James's Park ● Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit St James's Park, the oldest of the capital's eight Royal Parks.
  12. 12. St. James's Park ● St James's Park is the oldest Royal Park in London and is surrounded by three palaces.
  13. 13. Buckingham Palace ● Buckingham Palace is the official London residence and principal workplace of the monarchy of the United Kingdom
  14. 14. Buckingham Palace ● Located in the CityCity of Westminster,of Westminster, the palace is often at the centre of state occasions and royal hospitality.
  15. 15. Buckingham Palace ● The marshy ground was watered by the river Tyburn, which still flows below the courtyard and south wing of the palace.
  16. 16. Queen Victoria Memorial ● The Victoria Memorial is a sculpture dedicated to Queen Victoria, sculpted by Sir Thomas Brock in London, placed at the centre of Queen's Gardens in front of Buckingham Palace.
  17. 17. Queen Victoria Memorial ● The Memorial was dedicated in 1911 by George V and his first cousin, Wilhelm II of Germany, the two senior grandsons of Victoria
  18. 18. Very British nailwork ● Very creative: you can actually “wear” London in your nails.
  19. 19. THE END
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