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created by msanchez76 on 2018-01-16

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    521 votes


    Go for the History, Stay for the Modernity. It’s hard to pin down exactly what makes London so mag...

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    The National Gallery

    46 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    Houses the British national collection of western European art dating from the 13th to 19th centu...

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    The British Museum

    78 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    A vast repository of the world's cultures, with entire sections devoted to Egyptian, Greek, and M...

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    The British Library

    5 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    The official book depository of the United Kingdom, holding a copy of every book ever printed her...

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    The Natural History Museum

    47 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    Probably the most popular of all the museums here and a must see for many visitors to London. Hom...

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    Big Ben

    221 votes


    Strictly limited numbers of tickets are available to climb the Elizabeth Tower, which was renamed...

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    Tower of London

    210 votes


    The medieval Tower of London has a long history, during which it has frequently changed its funct...

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    Westminster Abbey

    106 votes


    Note that the Abbey itself charges tourists for entry, but not for worshippers. Attend a church s...

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    Madame Tussaud's

    66 votes


    Madame Tussaud's is a world famous waxwork museum, best known for its Grand Hall, with a collecti...

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    Buckingham Palace

    194 votes


    The main residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (reigned since 1952, coronated 1953). Other ...

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    108 votes


    Soho is an area of the City of Westminster, part of the West End of London. Originally a fashiona...

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    Camden Market

    280 votes


    London's most popular open-air market is one of the most popular attractions in the city, but the...

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    Portobello Road Market

    122 votes


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    St. Paul's Cathedral

    128 votes


    The great domed cathedral of St Paul's, designed by Sir Christopher Wren to replace the Gothic me...

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    Kew Gardens

    15 votes


    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, these extensive, historic and beautiful gardens feature elements il...

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    Piccadilly Circus

    180 votes


    At the junction of five major roads, Piccadilly Circus is the home of the famous aluminum statue ...

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    Hyde Park

    95 votes

    Park / Zoo

    The eastern half of the twin parks. Of the two Hyde Park is open for longer and has more open, un...

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    ZSL London Zoo

    19 votes

    Park / Zoo

    London's main zoo located in the northern reaches of Regent's Park. Takes a very conservation-dri...

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    Royal Albert Hall

    17 votes


    The distinctive circular concert hall south of Hyde Park is quite a rewarding sight. It dates fro...

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    Harrods Food Hall

    161 votes


    The store with the distinctive green awning is one of the most famous in the world. It comes off ...

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    Notting Hill

    71 votes


    Describe this neighborhood in 1-2 sentences

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    17 votes


    Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, two miles (3 km) west of Amesbury. It...

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    Windsor Castle

    4 votes


    The largest and oldest occupied castle in the world and still an official royal residence. Much o...

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    St George's Chapel

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    St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England, is a chapel designed in the high-medieval Gothic...

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    Tower Bridge

    324 votes


    The famous drawbridge at the eastern end of the City was opened in 1894 and is one of the classic...

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    Southwark Cathedral

    5 votes


    The oldest cathedral church building in London

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    Coca Cola London Eye

    157 votes


    An enormous, 135 metre-high observation wheel with 32 exterior glass-walled capsules. It offers i...

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    Baker Street

    26 votes


    Baker Street is a street in the Marylebone district of the City of Westminster in London. It is n...

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    Eton College

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    See School Yard and the College Chapel (building started in 1441 and one of the finest examples o...

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