Established in 1066 by William the Conqueror, the Tower of London's status as a tourist favourite had started as early as the 1590s and continues to grow in strength.
As one of the most famous clocks in the world, Big Ben is an iconic part of London’s skyline and is featured on many souvenirs and postcards.
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Originally built in the late 19th century for the functional purpose of facilitating cross-Thames travel, the Tower Bridge had since grown to become one of London's symbolic structures.
Tower Bridge Road
Westminster Abbey is both a place of celebration and a place of worship. The church has been the location for many Royal Weddings including its most recent one in 2011 of Prince William and Kate Middleton, which was broadcasted globally.
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The world's tallest observation wheel, the Coca-cola London Eye stands at 135 meters tall, providing you with a one of a kind view of London’s ever-growing skyline from its perch right next to the River Thames.
Located in Central London, the must-see St. Paul Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece and a true landmark of the city.
St Paul's Churchyard
Located on the Southbank, the Globe Theatre is a replica of the original 1576 theatre of Shakespearean fame, where some of his plays are currently performed.
21 New Globe Walk
As one of the newest additions to London’s skyline, the Shard is a minimalistic glass building that stands at 310 metres tall and is currently the tallest building in the UK and the fourth tallest in Europe.
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The current residence of Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace is a historic and intricately designed building dating back to the reign of James I of the 16th Century.
As a popular location for events, celebrations and filming, Trafalgar Square has served as the backdrop for many of London's greatest memories.