THIS IS THE FAMOUS TRAFALGAR SQUARE, IN LONDON CITY CENTRE THERE ARE A LOT OF BUILDINGS IN THIS SQUARE THERE ARE ALSO 2 IMPORTANT ATTRACTIONS: THE NELSON COLUMN THE NATIONAL GALLERY
LET’S VISIT NOW THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF LONDON !
A london tour
WELCOME TO... Designed by LAURA ROVIRA CHALER for students of English as a Foreign Language (3rd cycle of Primary Education)
INDEX1) INTRODUCTIONInstructionsLondon map2) LONDON ATTRACTIONSTrafalgar SquareNational GalleryTower of LondonLondon BridgeGlobe TheatreLondon EyeBig Ben and Houses of ParliamentPicadilly Circus3) USEFUL LINKS
1 CHOSE A LONDON ATRACTION IN THE MAP 2 1 CLICK TO GO TO NEXT PAGE3 PRESS TO LOOK FOR INFORMATION 2 PRESS THE BUS TO GO BACK TO THE MAP 1 CLICK TO GO TO NEXT PAGE
TRAFALGAR SQUAREOne of the most popular tourist attractions in London.The Square houses statues of prominent British personalities.In the middle of the square, we can see the famous Nelsons Column. More about this...
THE NATIONAL GALLERYMore about this... It houses an exquisite collection of European paintings and pictures rango from the 11th century to the early 20th century.
Tower of LondonIt is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has been used asroyal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo. Constructed over 900years ago, it is still home to her majestys Crown Jewels, on display for visitors tosee, guarded by the Beefeaters. Situated in central London just a stones throwfrom the River Thames, it is the one of the citys premier attractions. More about this...
TOWER BRIDGE One of the most distinct landmarks in the city, it is identified by its twoneo-Gothic towers. Designed by Horace Jones, the Bridge dates back to 1894. More about this...
More about this... More about this... THE GLOBE THEATRE.A re-creation of Shakespeares playhouse, built with materials, techniquesand craftsmanship of 400 years ago. There is an exhibition about Elizabethantheatre and the Shakespeares influence around the world. The summer seasonof plays sees Shakespeare performed in an authentic setting.
More about this... LONDON EYEThe British Airways London Eye (Millennium Wheel) stands 135 metres highon the South Bank of the River Thames between Westminster and HungerfordBridges. It is the worlds highest observation wheel and offers spectacularviews of London.
THE PALACE OF WESTMINSTERKnown also as the Houses of Parliament, it is the House of thegoverment of the Uk, where laws governing British life aredebated and passed. BIG BEN It is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. The clock tower is situated on the banks of the river Thames and is part of the Palace of Westminster More about this...
MORE ABOUT THIS... BUCKINGHAM PALACEOne of the most popular tourist attractions in London, Buckingham Palaceis a fine example of Victorian architecture. The London home of the Royalfamily, the Palace is open to visitors only during certain times of the year.
PICCADILLY CIRCUSOne of the liveliest and most bustling intersections in the city, Piccadilly Circus is apopular tourist attraction in London. The Circus is located where five prime streetsin the city come together. More about this...