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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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British Museum

Great Russell Steet, London WC1B 3DG

The British Museum is renowned as one of the world’s greatest collections of history and culture, having over 8 million exhibits and is the UK’s biggest visitor attraction. The museum started in 1753 and its origins began with aRead more

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Clarence House

The Mall, London SW1A 1BA

Clarence House is a royal residence that was built in 1825 and stands between Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace and is connected to the latter. It’s best remembered for being, for almost fifty years until 2002, the homeRead more

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Guildhall

Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HH

The Guildhall is the administrative centre of the City area of London, the area that includes much of the financial district, with the name Guildhall referring to both the building and the main hall. It’s used today primarily forRead more

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Kew Gardens

Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AB

The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is a 132 hectare (326 acre) site by the River Thames. It’s largely rectangular, being around a mile by half a mile in size. It started with a red bricked building, built in 1631Read more

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Mansion House

London EC4N 8BH

Mansion House is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London and was built 1739-58. It’s a Georgian town palace built in Palladian style and it lies in the heart of the City (the financial ‘Square Mile’), beingRead more

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