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Landmarks of
the British Isles
and
the Russian Federation
by Pakhomova Natalya Sergeyevna
School № 151
Chelyabinsk
Malahide Castle
The Tower of
London
Edinburgh Castle
Conwy Castle
 dates back to the 12th century
 a classical fortress
 eight big towers
 a spooky place
 medieval architecture
 grea...
Malahide Castle is north-east of
Dublin City, Ireland, and dates
back to the 12th century. It is in
the middle of a large ...
The Golden Bridge
The Kremlin
The Sphere of Love
The Moscow Kremlin
is a historic fortress
at the heart of
Moscow. The Kremlin
walls and towers were built by
Italian maste...
урок в 7 классе по теме landmarks of the british isles and russia
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урок в 7 классе по теме landmarks of the british isles and russia

  1. 1. Landmarks of the British Isles and the Russian Federation by Pakhomova Natalya Sergeyevna School № 151 Chelyabinsk
  2. 2. Malahide Castle The Tower of London Edinburgh Castle Conwy Castle
  3. 3.  dates back to the 12th century  a classical fortress  eight big towers  a spooky place  medieval architecture  great views of the river  unique castle  top of an extinct volcano  a guarded tower  an old legend  big, black ravens
  4. 4. Malahide Castle is north-east of Dublin City, Ireland, and dates back to the 12th century. It is in the middle of a large park and was used as both a fortress and a family home. It is a spooky place because people often see ghosts there. Conwy Castle in Gwynedd, Wales, is a classical 13th century fortress. It is a masterpiece of medieval architecture that took seven years to build. It has eight big towers that offer great views of the nearby river and the Snowdonian mountains. The Tower of London sits on the banks of the river Thames. The Tower is guarded by Yeoman Warders, or “Beefeaters”. Eight big, black birds called ravens live in the Tower. There’s a legend that says if they ever fly away, the Tower will fall down. Edinburgh Castle is Scotland’s most famous castle. It is very popular with tourists and around 1 million people visit it every year. It is a very unique castle as it was built on top of an extinct volcano.
  5. 5. The Golden Bridge The Kremlin The Sphere of Love
  6. 6. The Moscow Kremlin is a historic fortress at the heart of Moscow. The Kremlin walls and towers were built by Italian masters in 1495. Now it is the official residence of the Russian President. The Golden Bridge is a cable- stayed bridge across the Zolotoy Rog bay in Vladivostok, Russia. Construction of the bridge began on the 25 July 2008 and the bridge was officially opened on 11 August 2012. It’s total length is about 1,400 meters. The Sphere of Love was erected in the centre of Chelyabinsk city not far from Revolution Square. On the wedding day a husband and a wife meet under the dome, dance their first dance and kiss each other.

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