1. SIGHTSThe Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament Buckingham Palace St. Paul Cathedral The Tower of London 2. OUTDOORS High Park Leicester Square Piccadilly Circous The London Eye 3. MUSEUMS The National Gallery The Natural Science Museum
The Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament• They are in the Palace of Westminster, beside the River Thames. It was built in 1840. At one end of the palace is the most recognizable part, the tower known as Big Ben. The Parliament consists of two houses: the House of Commons and House of Lords, where they meet the members of parliament.
Buckingham Palace• Buckingham Palace served as the official residence of British sovereigns since 1837, and now is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch. The palace is also the venue of major royal ceremonies and shows like the changing of the guard.
ST PAUL CATHEDRAL• The first church was built of wood, began its restoration in 1633 was burned in the Great Fire and had to be rebuilt• The cathedral is also notable for its dome, the second largest in the world after that of Saint Peters Basilica.• It takes place nationally significant events, such as royal marriages ceremony.
THE TOWER OF LONDON• The Tower of London, officially the Royal Palace and Fortress of Her Majesty.• It is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.• The White Tower, gives name to the castle.
High Park• It is the oldest and largest park in the city (more than 140 hectares). It opened as a public park in the seventeenth century.
LEICESTER SQUARE• The square is named by Robert Sideney who commanded built a large house, Leicester House.• Leicester The house was once the residence of the Prince of Wales, Frederick.• The palace was no longer a small lattice and began serving as an avenue and square for festivities.
PICCADILLY CIRCOUS• Piccadilly Circus is a famous square and street intersection located in the West End of London.• This intersection is known for its large video screens and neon billboards as well as the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain and the statue known as Eros.• Surrounded by many notable buildings, including the London Pavilion and Criterion Theatre.
The London Eye• It was completed in 1999 and opened in March of 2000, was the largest Ferris wheel- viewpoint in the world. The London Eye reaches a height of 135 m from the can see the most important parts of London.
The National Gallery• The National Gallery is the main art museum in London. It was founded in 1824 and is notable for exhibiting masterpieces of the entire history of Western art. It works by Spanish painters such as Goya and Velázquez.
THE NATURAL SCIENCE MUSEUM• The London Science Museum, is a museum dedicated to science in London, is part of the National Museum of Science and Industry.• The museum is one of the tourist attractions in London.• It houses collections of science, technology, medicine industry and most comprehensive in the world.