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  • 1. THE BEST PLACES TO VISIT
  • 2. INDEXSAINT PAUL’S CATHEDRAL.LONDON EYE.HYDE PARK.TOWER BRIDGE.PICADILLY CIRCUS.
  • 3. Saint Paul’s Cathedral. The St Paul’s Cathedral is located at the top of Ludgate Hill, the highest part of the City of London. St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most visited places by the tourists in London it is the seat of the Bishop and the cathedral of the Dioceses of London.
  • 4. History.The Saint Paul’s Cathedral wasbuilt between 1676 and 1710. Itwas designed by the architectChristopher Wren, onto an old andmedieval cathedral’s ruins that itburnt in 1666. The first Church inthis site was built in 604. St Paul’sCathedral has a baroque design. Itis dedicated to Paul the Apostle. Saint Paul’s plan.
  • 5. James Thornhill paintedscenes from the life of StPaul at the dome,Grinling Gibbons carvedthe Choir’s wood and theorgan and another peopledecorated the cathedrallater. The choir’s mosaicshows the Genesis. Itwas made by Stevens,Watts, Britten andRichmond at the end ofthe nineteenth century.His dome is the secondbiggest in the world thenof the Saint Peter’sBasilica.
  • 6. Crypt and dome.In the crypt are buriedimportant people asLord Nelson (soldier),Wellington (soldier andpolitician), Lawrencede Arabia (soldier,archaeologist andwriter) and Fleming(scientist). You can visitthe crypt. You can alsogo up the huge dome.Since here you canhave a very good sightof London whole. Saint Paul’s crypt
  • 7. There are some important events as the royal weddings (the prince Charles and the princess Diana), funerals of important national figures and many commemorations.Saint Paul’s dome.
  • 8. THE LONDON EYEThe London also called Milleniumwheel was completed of build in2000 and each year since itsopening have visited more thanthree million people. And actuallyis the third highest treadmill in theworld.
  • 9. Capsules likethis The London Eye have thirty-two capsules and if you want to upload at one, you must pay fifteen pounds, in euros are about seventeen.
  • 10. The map ofthe park
  • 11. The park is divided in two by the Serpentine.Hyde Parkcovers 142hectares (350acres) andKensingtonGardens covers111 hectares The park is(275 acres), contiguousgiving an overall witharea of 253 Kensingtonhectares (625 Gardensacres), thoughsmaller than NewYork CitysCentral Park(341 ha/843acres)