LONDON
London is a major tourist destination with four world heritage sites, a number of royal parks, and numerous iconic landmar...
 
Tower Bridge, Londra
Tower of London, Traitors Gate
Panorama of the Thames at night with the illuminated Tower Bridge on the left and London Bridge on the right
Big Ben
The Clock Tower is the world's largest four-faced, chiming turret clock. The structure is situated at the north-eastern en...
Canary Wharf
London Eye
Palace of Westminster Houses of Parliament
Saint Paul’s Cathedral
British Museum
National Gallery
Piccadilly Circus
Westminster abbey west
Buckingham Palace
The Main Gate  Royal Holloway, University of London
City hall
River Thames
Trafalgar Square
London Trafalgar Square
Notting Hill Carnival
Millennium Bridge
The main Olympic stadium for 2012, which will hold about 91000 spectators
Kings College Chapel West
Street perspective
River Thames
Royal Naval College Greenwich
CHANGING OF THE QUEEN'S GUARD
London by the river
Hyde Park
Little Venice   is an area of central London, situated north-west of Paddington station .
"Visions of the Future"
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London for-ever-119640176198980-2

  1. 1. LONDON
  2. 2. London is a major tourist destination with four world heritage sites, a number of royal parks, and numerous iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye. Other attractions include famous institutions such as the British Museum and the National Gallery, along with a multitude of shopping, nightlife and entertainment venues in the West End. London's main geographical feature is the River Thames which runs through the city from the south-west to the east.
  3. 4. Tower Bridge, Londra
  4. 5. Tower of London, Traitors Gate
  5. 6. Panorama of the Thames at night with the illuminated Tower Bridge on the left and London Bridge on the right
  6. 7. Big Ben
  7. 8. The Clock Tower is the world's largest four-faced, chiming turret clock. The structure is situated at the north-eastern end of the Houses of Parliament building in Westminster, London. It is often mistakenly called "Big Ben"
  8. 9. Canary Wharf
  9. 10. London Eye
  10. 11. Palace of Westminster Houses of Parliament
  11. 12. Saint Paul’s Cathedral
  12. 13. British Museum
  13. 14. National Gallery
  14. 15. Piccadilly Circus
  15. 16. Westminster abbey west
  16. 17. Buckingham Palace
  17. 18. The Main Gate Royal Holloway, University of London
  18. 19. City hall
  19. 20. River Thames
  20. 21. Trafalgar Square
  21. 22. London Trafalgar Square
  22. 23. Notting Hill Carnival
  23. 24. Millennium Bridge
  24. 25. The main Olympic stadium for 2012, which will hold about 91000 spectators
  25. 26. Kings College Chapel West
  26. 27. Street perspective
  27. 28. River Thames
  28. 29. Royal Naval College Greenwich
  29. 30. CHANGING OF THE QUEEN'S GUARD
  30. 31. London by the river
  31. 32. Hyde Park
  32. 33. Little Venice is an area of central London, situated north-west of Paddington station .
  33. 34. "Visions of the Future"
  34. 35. END

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