LONDON
The Big Ben and the Houses            of ParliamentBig Ben is the great bell in the clock tower is 96 meters high, its ope...
Buckingham Palace•   It is used for the many official events and receptions by The Queen, the    State Rooms at Buckingham...
The Tower of LondonHer Majesty’s Royas Palaceand Fortress, more commonlyknown as the Tower ofLondon, is a historic castle ...
Is the second largest cathedral in the world. The cathedral, built ofwood, was one of many buildings damaged by fire in 16...
Trafalgar Square                                    Is one of the most important                                     and l...
The London EyeIs a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames in London.It is the tallest Ferrus wheel i...
It opened on April 28, 1977 but the first 28 years he served as running track.  The owners wanted to turn it into a profes...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?  v=1lsG8QQ40eM
Hyde ParkHyde Park is the largest open space in London. A wonderful place wherepeople can go cycling, walking, lying on th...
Is an art museum on Trafalgar Square, London. Founded in1824. it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings datingfrom th...
Is a museum of modernart and also houses acollection of British artfrom the 1500s. It is themost-visited modern artgallery...
Was founded as a ‘’universal museum’’. It’s foundationslie in the will of the physician and naturalist Sir HansSloaneis. I...
The Natural Science Museumhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdQDm4gdSOc
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  1. 1. LONDON
  2. 2. The Big Ben and the Houses of ParliamentBig Ben is the great bell in the clock tower is 96 meters high, its openfor tours. Is the name of the largest of the five bells of the famousclock tower. However, the entire tower is commonly known as BigBen. Big Bens history begins in 1834 with the fire that destroyed theOld Palace of Westminster. This disaster led to the construction ofone of the major attractions in London
  3. 3. Buckingham Palace• It is used for the many official events and receptions by The Queen, the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are open to visitors every year. It’s enormous has 775 rooms. These include 19 State rooms, 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. Buckingham Palace has got a Royal Collection, one of the most important art collections in the world today
  4. 4. The Tower of LondonHer Majesty’s Royas Palaceand Fortress, more commonlyknown as the Tower ofLondon, is a historic castle onthe north bank of the RiverThames in central London. Itwas founded towards the endof 1066 as part of the NormanConquest of England. TheWhite Tower was built byWilliam the Conqueror in 1078and was a resented symbol ofopression. The Tower ofLondon has a role as fortress,palace and prission.
  5. 5. Is the second largest cathedral in the world. The cathedral, built ofwood, was one of many buildings damaged by fire in 1666 and had tobe rebuilt at different times. It has been the venue of importantevents, such as Winston Churchills funeral or wedding of PrinceCharles and Lady Diana.The major attraction of the cathedral is its large dome, consisting ofthree circular galleries. We found the Whispering Gallery, located at30 meters high and the Stone Gallery, which offers a nice view fromthe outside of the dome, but these are outweighed by the GoldGallery, located at 85 meters high. St. Paul Cathedral
  6. 6. Trafalgar Square Is one of the most important and lively places in central London. It was created in 1830 to commemorate the victory of the British navy against the Spanish and French at the Battle of Trafalgar.In the center of the square stands the majestic Nelsons Column,in the northern part of the square stands the majestic NationalGallery and in front of it lie two sources that are illuminated atnight. We found several statues of famous people such asGeorge Washington.
  7. 7. The London EyeIs a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames in London.It is the tallest Ferrus wheel in Europe, and the most popular pais touristattraction in UK, visited by over 3.5 million people annually. The entirestructure is 135 metres. The wheel was constructed in sections which werefloating up the Thames on barges. The wheel has 32 capsules and it holdsup to 25 persons.
  8. 8. It opened on April 28, 1977 but the first 28 years he served as running track. The owners wanted to turn it into a professional football stadium, so it was rebuilt in 1905.The construction of the new East Stand turned out To Have Such an effect on Chelseasfinances though, That the club was almost forced into bankruptcy. The Stamford Bridgesite was sold to property developers in order to pay off some debts, Which almostresulted in Chelsea being evicted and forced to ground Share with Fulham or QPR.The club finally won back ownership in 1992 and later, it was reconstruction.The capacity remains limited so, Chelsea wants to expand their stadium or transladarloelsewhere.
  9. 9. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=1lsG8QQ40eM
  10. 10. Hyde ParkHyde Park is the largest open space in London. A wonderful place wherepeople can go cycling, walking, lying on the lawn, rent chairs forsunbathing or you can rent a rowboat to walk around the central lake.Is a small oasis in the center of London to a great diversity of flora andfauna.Trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants provide rich habitats for birds. Theabundant pigeons and squirrels threaten the survival of native birds.
  11. 11. Is an art museum on Trafalgar Square, London. Founded in1824. it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings datingfrom the mid-13th century to 1900. Unlike comparablemuseums in continental Europe, the National Gallery wasnot formed by nationalizing an existinf royas or princely artcollection. It came into being when the British governmentbought 38 paintings from the heirs of John Julius. It is thefouth most visited art museum in the world, after the Muséedu Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the BritishMuseum. The National Gallery
  12. 12. Is a museum of modernart and also houses acollection of British artfrom the 1500s. It is themost-visited modern artgallery in the world.The collection ofmodern andcontemporary artrepresent all the majormovement fromFauvism . It includesimportant masterpiecesby both Picasso andMatisse and surrealistworks by Dali, Erns,Magritte and Miro The Tate Modern Gallery
  13. 13. Was founded as a ‘’universal museum’’. It’s foundationslie in the will of the physician and naturalist Sir HansSloaneis. It’s a museum in London dedicated to humanhistory and culture. It has a permanent collection,numbering some eight million works, is amongst thelargest and the most complete in the world. Themuseum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759.The British Museum
  14. 14. The Natural Science Museumhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdQDm4gdSOc

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