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#64 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
Highly recommended - our informative guide explained the history of the different buildings and occupants on the site, and the varied architecture ranging from Inigo Jones to Eva Jiricna.
Fabulous and inspiring exhibitions , wonderful cafes and bars, well situated for great Thames views.
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#67 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
From a kid's perspective this is colourful, creative life sized fun, from an adult's view this is a colossal set of Lego bricks beyond any individual's ability to compare to.
As you go up the stairs to the top floor, you're greeted by a 3D mural of London complete with landmarks such as the Shard and Tower Bridge.
#109 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
This place is the heart of Chinese New Year celebrations in London but is well worth visiting at any time of year as it is one of London's most famous landmarks.
Fantastic area to stroll along and take in the sights.
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#126 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
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.
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#137 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
The Historical Experience tour is unlike any other I've ever taken, and I've been to a lot of historic houses, historic sites, etc.
We visited this historical landmark to pay our respects to Benjamin Franklin who we wanted to learn more about since studying his origins and progress in western civilisation.
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#152 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
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...
#167 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
One can get an excellent view of it from the Golden Jubilee Bridges as well as from nearby at ground level.
Cleopatra's Needle is the popular name for this pair of obelisks from the same original site - one re-erected in London in 1878 and the other in New York City in 1881.
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#287 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
... 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.
#316 of 817 Sights & Landmarks in London
A must view as it is England's only King that was executed for treason.