WESTMINSTER (RIVER THAMES)SONIA PRADES REYESGLORIA PELAYO PUNZANOAINHOA MOYA SANCHEZANA RUIZ ALARCÓN
WARNING!!!      ¬¬ IN THE FOLLOWING SLIDES  WE WILL SHOW THEM ALLTHE MONUMENTS THAT CAN  VISIT, WE ARE GOING TO   COUNT TH...
INDEX• SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE•WESTMINSTER ABBEY•PALACE OF WESTMISTER (THE HOUSES OF                           PARLIAMENTS)•BI...
The Shakespeare´s Globe
   The Shakespeare´s    Globe theatre was    built in 1599 for Peter    Streer, it was near    the Tamesis´s river in    ...
It was formed bythe scenario andthe gallery, whichcan accommodateother actors andmusicians,sometimes hiddento the public. ...
   Had hatches    (hatch) in the    stage floor, which    may have been    developed scenes    sepulchral    (Hamlet) and...
 Alloweda total of 3,351 spectators.
   In 1613 a fire destroyed the facilities    of the theatre, however, he was    immediately rebuilt in 1614 and    demol...
It is still used torepresent works oftheatre in summerbut only has acapacity ofapproximately 1500people since thereformed.
It accounted forworks such as:king Lear, JulyCésar, Macbeth,Hamlet, Othello,the tempest.
Westminster Abbey
 It is a historic  abbey that was  built by Edward  the Confessor  between the years  1045 and 1050.
It is locatedon theshores ofthe riverThames.
 His style was Romanesque until it was rebuilt in gothic style between 1245 and 1517 and added a chapel.
 In it the  coronatio  n place for  most of  the  English  monarchs.
 St, Edwards Chair is the throne on which the sovereign feel at the time of the coronation.
 There are also the flags of the members of the Order of the Bath.
 They were buried there Enrique III, V and VII, Edward I, III and V and many more.
 Still used today as a church and as a historic monument.
The Houses Of Parliament.  (Palace Of Westminter)
T    he Palace ofWestminster, also known asthe Houses ofParliament or WestminsterPalace, is the meeting place ofthe two ho...
I nside this hugebuilding there are twodebating chambers(House of Lords andthe House ofCommons).
There arealso MP’sofficesinside.
A   great way to seethe Houses ofParliament and otherLondon landmarks isby using the Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour which always ...
This is one of the most impressive of London’s buildings where the politicians of the country sit in two “houses”.
The Palace is one of the centres of political life in the United Kingdom; "Westminster" has become a metonym for the UK Pa...
Big Ben is the na                     me with which one knows to the                      Great bell of Westminster, the  ...
In the Big Ben is notnecessary to go to thatcalled area Westminster, ofLondon; it is more, it is noteven necessary to go t...
I USE OF THE NAMEThe name "Big Ben" is useduniversally to refer to thetower in general. However,officially he/she referssp...
History and construction The Big Ben, it was lifted as part ofthe new building designed for youtalk barry, after the old p...
THE CLOCK AND THEIR FACES   Each lateral one has a  spherical structure of iron of  23 feet of diameter that  contains 312...
AT THE PRESENT TIMENow it is seen that for that seen the tower “big ben” he/she has leaned about 30grades, people dont not...
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  1. 1. WESTMINSTER (RIVER THAMES)SONIA PRADES REYESGLORIA PELAYO PUNZANOAINHOA MOYA SANCHEZANA RUIZ ALARCÓN
  2. 2. WARNING!!! ¬¬ IN THE FOLLOWING SLIDES WE WILL SHOW THEM ALLTHE MONUMENTS THAT CAN VISIT, WE ARE GOING TO COUNT THE HISTORY OF THESE AND TO SHOW THEPART OF THE ANGLO-SAXONCULTURE OF WESTMINSTER.
  3. 3. INDEX• SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE•WESTMINSTER ABBEY•PALACE OF WESTMISTER (THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENTS)•BIG BEN
  4. 4. The Shakespeare´s Globe
  5. 5.  The Shakespeare´s Globe theatre was built in 1599 for Peter Streer, it was near the Tamesis´s river in London city. it is believed that it was a polygon of approximately 30 diameter meters.
  6. 6. It was formed bythe scenario andthe gallery, whichcan accommodateother actors andmusicians,sometimes hiddento the public. Itsbasis was a squareplatform.
  7. 7.  Had hatches (hatch) in the stage floor, which may have been developed scenes sepulchral (Hamlet) and appearances from below.
  8. 8.  Alloweda total of 3,351 spectators.
  9. 9.  In 1613 a fire destroyed the facilities of the theatre, however, he was immediately rebuilt in 1614 and demolished in 1644. The year 1997, the theatre reopened under the name of Shakespeares Globe Theatre with respect for the forms of the old building.
  10. 10. It is still used torepresent works oftheatre in summerbut only has acapacity ofapproximately 1500people since thereformed.
  11. 11. It accounted forworks such as:king Lear, JulyCésar, Macbeth,Hamlet, Othello,the tempest.
  12. 12. Westminster Abbey
  13. 13.  It is a historic abbey that was built by Edward the Confessor between the years 1045 and 1050.
  14. 14. It is locatedon theshores ofthe riverThames.
  15. 15.  His style was Romanesque until it was rebuilt in gothic style between 1245 and 1517 and added a chapel.
  16. 16.  In it the coronatio n place for most of the English monarchs.
  17. 17.  St, Edwards Chair is the throne on which the sovereign feel at the time of the coronation.
  18. 18.  There are also the flags of the members of the Order of the Bath.
  19. 19.  They were buried there Enrique III, V and VII, Edward I, III and V and many more.
  20. 20.  Still used today as a church and as a historic monument.
  21. 21. The Houses Of Parliament. (Palace Of Westminter)
  22. 22. T he Palace ofWestminster, also known asthe Houses ofParliament or WestminsterPalace, is the meeting place ofthe two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom—the House of Lords and the House of Commons.T here was 2 in 1512 and1834 fire that destroyed and it hadto be rebuilt again the 2 times.
  23. 23. I nside this hugebuilding there are twodebating chambers(House of Lords andthe House ofCommons).
  24. 24. There arealso MP’sofficesinside.
  25. 25. A great way to seethe Houses ofParliament and otherLondon landmarks isby using the Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour which always getsgreat reviews.
  26. 26. This is one of the most impressive of London’s buildings where the politicians of the country sit in two “houses”.
  27. 27. The Palace is one of the centres of political life in the United Kingdom; "Westminster" has become a metonym for the UK Parliament, and the  Westminster system of government has taken its name after it.
  28. 28. Big Ben is the na me with which one knows to the Great bell of Westminster, the bigger than the bells that are in th e Tower of the Clock, located in the londres city. The tower is in th e northwest corner of the Briti sh parliaments building. The Big Ben was built in the 19 century. It is believed thathe/she receives their name inhonor at the first in charge of theconstruction, Ben jamin Hall.
  29. 29. In the Big Ben is notnecessary to go to thatcalled area Westminster, ofLondon; it is more, it is noteven necessary to go toLondon. The best place tohear the beautiful melodythat this bell offers us onlyhas to syntonize the BBCand from its favorite seatin its house can hear itevery hour.
  30. 30. I USE OF THE NAMEThe name "Big Ben" is useduniversally to refer to thetower in general. However,officially he/she refersspecifically to the main bellinside the tower. This belltakes charge of countingthe hours, its approximateweight is of thirteen tons.
  31. 31. History and construction The Big Ben, it was lifted as part ofthe new building designed for youtalk barry, after the old palace ofWestminster was destroyed by thefire of the night of the 16 of october,of 1834. The tower is designed tothe Victorian Gothic style, andhe/she has 96,3 m of height. TheGothic style was chosen finally bythe necessity of the British empireof differing of the rest of nations inthose days that they consideredless strong, where its parliamentswere governed mainly by theclassic style.
  32. 32. THE CLOCK AND THEIR FACES Each lateral one has a spherical structure of iron of 23 feet of diameter that contains 312 pieces of opaque glass. Some of these pieces can be removed to revise the pointers of the clock. In the base of each face of the clock there is an inscription in Latin: SALVAM DOMINATES FAC REGINAM NOSTRAM VICTORIAM PRIMAM (God keeps our queen Victoria I).
  33. 33. AT THE PRESENT TIMENow it is seen that for that seen the tower “big ben” he/she has leaned about 30grades, people dont notice it almost anything, and most of people dont arrive himthat is if they dont say it for the tv, that is due to that takes many years in foot andevery time her weight I/you/he/she was but big in a side that in another. OTHER SIMILAR TOWERS A replica of the tower of about 6 meters made of metal, well-known as Little ben it is located it fences of victoria stations. Other towers in different places of the world have been inspired by the aspect of the "Big Ben", including the tower of the clock of the "Station of Lyon", in Paris, the Tower of the Peace of the parliament from Canada, in Ottawa. The monumental Clock of Pachuca in Mexico and the tower of the clock in Victoria (Seychelles).

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