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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge is a so-called swing bridge, which allows it to cross the Thames to vehicles but also to let the boats pass.

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Palais de Buckingham

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace ("Buckingham Palace") is the official residence of the British sovereigns, the palace was built in the 14th century. Queen Elizabeth II lives there with her family.

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Abbaye de Westminster

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey was built in the 13th century, under Henry III. It serves as a burial place for some of the kings and queens of England but also various famous people.

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Big Ben

The Big Ben

Big Ben is the nickname of the bell installed in the Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster. The tower faces the Thames, between Westminster Bridge and Westminster Abbey.

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St Paul

St Paul's Cathedral

It crowns Ludgate Hill and is located in the City of London, the historic heart of the city, now the main London business district.

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London Eye

London Eye

The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is a big wheel set up in London for the festivities of the year 2000.

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Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square is a very famous place in Westminster whose name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar which pitted the Franco-Spanish and British fleets in 1805. The place is well known for being a social space and freedom of expression.

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British Museum

British Museum

The British Museum is a museum of history and human culture, located in the center of London. His collections, from all continents, count more than seven million objects.

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Palais de Westminster

The Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is the place where sit the Houses of Commons and the House of Lords of the United Kingdom.

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