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Sights and tourist attractions in London

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The City
Bank of England, London (© Roland Nagy | Dreamstime.com)
must-see The City is the historical core of London, the dignified heir of Roman Londinium and Shakespearean London...Read more
Westminster
Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London
must-see Westminster has been the seat of the monarchy and government since the Middle Ages. It is one of London's most interesting district, with more history and sumptuous edifices per square metre than almost any other places in the country...Read more
Whitehall
Admiralty building on Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall, London
must-see Stretching from Trafalgar Square to Downing Street, toward the Houses of Parliament, Whitehall is has been the seat of the British government for centuries....Read more

Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace, London
must-see Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the Queen of the United Kingdom...Read more
British Museum
British Museum, London (photo by Ham - Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license)
must-see The British Museum is the world's third most visited musuem, and one of the largest and most comprehensive museums dedicated to history and culture.
St James's Park & Palace
Royal guards marching down the Mall, towards Buckingham Palace, St James's Park, London
outstanding Unfolding from Whitehall to Buckingham Palace, St James's Park is one of London's eight Royal Parks...Read more

Tower of London
The Tower of London (© Anthony Baggett | iStockphoto.com)
outstanding London's oldest building is its hefty medieval castle, constructed immediately after the Norman Conquest of 1066...Read more
Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge at dusk ( Nina Matthews | iStockphoto.com)
outstanding One of London's most famous landmarks, the twin-towered bridged across the Thames is a testimony of London's past as the capital of a vast sea-based commercial empire...Read more
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral ( fazon - Fotolia.com)
outstanding Rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1666, St Paul's Cathedral is the tallest and second largest Neoclassical church in the world.

Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square, London ( fazon - Fotolia.com)
outstanding Named after Admiral Nelson's great victory over the Napoleonic navy, Trafalgar Square is West London's nerve centre, connecting Whitehall, The Mall and the Strand.
Piccadilly
Piccadilly Circus, London ( tekin turkdogan - iStockphoto.com)
outstanding Piccadilly is one of the widest and straightest streets in central London. Synonymous with luxury, Piccadilly hosts some of London's most famous shops, but also the Ritz Hotel, the Royal Academy of Arts, and the RAF Club. The road ends at Piccadilly Circus, a busy junction connecting Piccadilly to Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue and Haymarket.
Mayfair & Belgravia
Mayfair, London (© Eupedia.com)
outstanding Adjacent to St James's Park and Buckingham Palace, Mayfair and Belgravia are some of London's most upmarket neighbourhood...Read more


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