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The British Library is open to everyone, free of charge. The acclaimed building has free wi-fi, restaurants and a shop, as well as events, special exhibitions and a Treasures gallery that includes Magna Carta.
“The famous landmark of London was built in 1843, designed by William Railton, made from granite as a Corinthian column with four bronze lions at the base of the monument and the sandstone statue of Admiral Horatio...”
“Nelson's column, located in Trafalgar Square is one of the most famous landmarks of the city and I would recommend anyone to walk into Trafalgar Square and view it.”
“We were fortunate in being able to view this small but beautiful church on several occasions as we walked back and forward along the Strand and Fleet Street.”
“The first church on the site was believed to have been founded in the 9th century, the current building was completed in 1682 by Sir Christopher Wren; but was partially destroyed in 1941 during a bombing raid – th...”
“... day in the world, what sometimes I personally dislike, is the tendency of the preachers to impose their own condescending personal views on the congregation, such as homosexuality and women in the priesthood.”
“The gentleman on duty when we visited gave us a detailed overview of the site and church.”