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  • 51. Clink Prison Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Clink prison which now it has become a museum it’s build upon the original Clink prison and dates back to 1144.It stayed opened until 1780 and was owned by the Bishop of Winchester and it was next to...

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  • 52. Kings Cross - St. Pancras

    They go to the Ethiopian Church on Pentonville Road at 3.30 on Sundayß usually a family event with coffee and some chatting afterwards. They did not have this church until a few years ago and had to...

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  • 53. Parks and Gardens

    In the middle of the city, close to St Paul's Cathedral, is a small park, called Postman's Park. The name is because it is so close to the General Post Office Headquarters & the Statue of Sir Roland...

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  • 54. Greenwich Royal Park, Observatory and Prime Meridian

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Greenwich is a district of south London, it's a world heritage site famous for its maritime history and home of Greenwich mean time and the meridian line. There you can see the old royal naval...

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  • 55. Sea Life London Aquarium

    The London Aqaurium is a great Place to go to get away from the hussle and bussle of London. Its especially good if you have children. There is lots of things to see and some talks on various animals....

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  • 56. Lists of attractions

    London is a great City. You can do a lot of things. When you travel by bus you can see Big Ben, House of parliament, London eye and the Tower Bridge. But when you travel by tube it will be faster. In...

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  • 57. Trips out of town

    Kingston upon Thames also known (just) as Kingston belongs actually to Greater London.. It used to be "the ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned" (Wikipedia)... But it seems just as a...

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  • 58. Museum of London

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I spent a couple of hours at the Museum of London in April 2015. I purchased a map from the entrance for £1 and began touring the museum. The exhibits are set out in chronological order with...

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  • 59. Monument

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Situated not too far from Pudding Lane where the Great Fire of London started on 2 December 1666, you can find this monument designed by Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke. The column is topped by a...

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  • 60. Marble Arch & Speakers Corner

    Marble Arch is a triumphal arch that stands at the north-east corner of Hyde Park. It was designed in 1827 and completed 6 years later by John Nash, the architect responsible for numerous works in...

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  • 61. Harrod's

    A Visit to london is not complete for me without going to the Iconic Harrod's and actually shopping and eating in it and on the very first day I stepped in london and Check in at the Hotel, we then...

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  • 62. Royal and Ceremonial London

    The Mall is a tree-lined royal road leading from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace. The road is closed to traffic on Sundays, public holidays and for ceremonial events, including royal weddings,...

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  • 63. Kensington Palace and Gardens

    3 out of 5 stars

    One of the few Royal Palaces opened to the public just about year round .... The Palace has some 300 rooms which about 40 of them are open to the public ... William and Kate have the rest since it's...

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  • 64. St. Martin-in-the-Fields

    It's hard to imagine today, just meters from bustling Trafalgar Square, but St Martin's was really once in the fields. Centuries later it was so cramped by the buildings around it, houses from the...

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  • 65. Changing of the Guard

    4 out of 5 stars

    At Horse Guard's Parade watch the changing of the Guard at 11 am each morning (10 am Sunday) where you will have the chance to take some quality photographs of the Guards on their horses dressed in...

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  • 66. Nelson's Column

    4 out of 5 stars

    At the centre of Trafalgar square you will see Nelson's Column, which is guarded by four lion statues at its base. Nelson's Column is a monument built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died...

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  • 67. Shopping

    At first when i saw this place in Chiswick i thought it had something to do with the drink, barley mow, but after some inquiries i learnt that the building was used to produce wallpaper in the latter...

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  • 68. Downing Street

    Gone are the days when you could wander along Downing Street and catch a glimpse of number 10, as it is now a high security zone protected by gates, barriers, and armed police. For 200 years Downing...

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  • 69. East End

    4 out of 5 stars

    The battle of Cable Street was a major event in the run up to WW2 and took place on October 4, 1936. The man who would be designated by Hitler to be a prominent leader should Germany invade England ,...

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  • 70. Abbey Road

    4 out of 5 stars

    Abbey Road got eternal fame when in 1969 the Beatles recorded their eleventh album at the Abbey Road studios at Abbey Road 3. It would become the Beatles best selling record. The cover pictures the...

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  • 71. Seasonal and annual attractions

    The effort is visible. London has some of the most amazing Christmas light displays. It is a must see for winter visitors. Regent Street and Oxford Street are the main decorated streets. Most shops...

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  • 72. Transportation

    Since I'm from Germany I'm used to and love going by tram. I have to admit I really didn't no anything about it until last November. My lovely landlady (where I stayed at a very great B&B) told me to...

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  • 73. Royal Albert Hall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Royal Albert Hall is famous in its own right, and there have been numerous recorded and live televised performances that have been brought to hundreds of millions of listeners and viewers around the...

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  • 74. Holland Park

    Tortoises with Triangle and Time is a sculpture in Holland Park made by Wendy Taylor, CBE. The sculpture was put in Holland Park after the Millennium Exhibition. One of the main categories of Wendy...

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  • 75. Merchant Seaman's memorial, Tower Hill

    This small corner of London is dedicated to sailors from the Merchant Navy (that is, commercial shipping rather than the armed forces) and fishing vessels who died during the world wars of the 20th...

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  • HackneyBird's Profile Photo
    Apr 25, 2014 at 11:08 PM

    There is a St George's Festival being held at the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens today starting at midday. Attractions include archery and falconry displays, a fire-breathing dragon, a medieval knights battle, Morris dancers, and Punch and Judy show. For more information go to www.vauxhalltrust.co.uk

  • toonsarah's Profile Photo
    Jan 5, 2014 at 9:29 AM

    This may be of interest to anyone planning a visit to London in 2014 - a list of ten forthcoming art exhibitions:
    londonist.com/2013/12/10-art...

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