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Big Ben

Westminster, London SW1A 0AA

Big Ben is the name given by the public to the clock or clock tower on the north side of the Houses of Parliament. It’s not an official name and is actually the nickname of the bell inside theRead more

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Imperial War Museum

Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZ

The Imperial War Museum is located in Lambeth and is an exhibition of wartime artefacts. The idea was conceived by MP Sir Alfred Mond and in 1917 the War Cabinet agreed to his proposal to commemorate the First WorldRead more

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London Eye

Thames Embankment, London SE1 7PB

The London Eye is one of London’s best and most focal landmarks and also one of the most popular, being visited by around 4 million people a year and making it the UK’s most used paid for attraction. It liesRead more

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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace, London

In medieval times the site formed part of the Manor of Ebury. It was taken by William the Conqueror who then gave it to Geoffrey de Mandeville who in turn ceded it to Westminster Abbey. With the dissolution ofRead more

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The Shard

32 London Bridge Steet, London SE1 9SG

The Shard is the latest addition to the London skyline and what an addition it is! It stands over 1,000ft (300m) high and overlooks London from its site in Southwark, in fact it would overlook most things as it’s theRead more

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10, Downing Street

10 Downing Street, London, SW1A 2AA

10 Downing Street – the most famous front door in Britain and home to the Prime Minister for nearly 300 years. Occupants have included Walpole, Pitt, Disraeli, Gladstone, Lloyd George, Churchill and Thatcher. The normal television view from acrossRead more

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