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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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    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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    Buckingham Palace

    194 votes


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

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    Notting Hill

    71 votes


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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 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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    St James's Park

    35 votes

    Park / Zoo

    St James's Park is a 23-hectare (57-acre) park in the City of Westminster, central London. The pa...

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    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

    31 votes

    Theater / Opera

    Shakespeare's Globe is the complex housing a reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, an Elizabethan ...

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    Kensington Palace

    10 votes


    A royal residence which is still used by some members of the ruling family. Much of it is however...

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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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    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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    Jewel Tower

    15 votes


    This small tower across the road from the Houses of Parliament is the only part of the original P...

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    Houses of Parliament

    59 votes


    On the UNESCO World Heritage List, the Palace of Westminster is the seat of Parliament in the Uni...

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    St Martin in the Fields

    5 votes


    A classical church that stands opposite the National Gallery. Since WWI, the homeless have sought...

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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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    Old Naval College

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    The Old Royal Naval College is the architectural centrepiece of Maritime Greenwich, a World Herit...

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    National Maritime Museum

    6 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    Contains the UK's national collection of Maritime artefacts (although do not expect much in the w...

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    38 votes


    Greenwich ( (listen) GREN-itch, GRIN-ij, GRIN-itch, or GREN-ij) is an area of South East Londo...

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    Hampton Court Palace

    10 votes


    Historic home to English kings such as Henry VIII, now open to the public. There are many attract...

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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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    Trafalgar Square

    102 votes


    The main, central square of London, Trafalgar Square is associated with celebration and demonstra...

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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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    Wellington Arch

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    A grand neoclassical arch, designed by Decimus Burton and first erected in 1826 as a grand entran...

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    Apsley House

    1 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    The former home of the 1st Duke of Wellington, boasting an impressive collection of paintings, sc...

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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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