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  • 76. Regent's Park - Primrose Hill

    Regent's Park is only a short walk from where I usually stay whenever I'm in London. John Nash designed this 395 acre park and is central London's largest outdoor sports arena. I spent a pleasant...

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  • 77. Westminster Cathedral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Westminster Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Church, not to be confused with Westminster Abbey which is an Anglican Church. There are many reviews about this already so here are a few facts. The...

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  • 78. Carnaby Street

    Carnaby Street is one of those London attractions that is sure to peak your fancy – until you actually visit it. The fashion boutiques and little clothing shops remain on Carnaby (albeit side by side...

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  • 79. Horse Guard

    Walking up Whitehall avenue we noticed royal guards on their horses and many tourists trying to pose next to the horse under the guard box, the sign is clear though beware that the horse may bite you...

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  • 80. Bus Tours

    4 out of 5 stars

    A friend of mine had won 2 tickets on The Original Tour and invited me to come along for an organized bus ride of London. I had done this tour twice already, but a long time ago and it is always...

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  • 81. 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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  • 82. Big Ben

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    "Big Ben" and the Millenium Eye. This picture was taken from behind the House of Lords. . While reservations are still a good idea for the Millenium Eye, you can walk up more often than not -- unless...

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  • 83. 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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  • 84. All Hallows by the Tower

    This is the oldest church in the City of London, dating back to Saxon times, 675AD – a small part of that early church, a single arch, can still be seen today. Unlike many churches in this part of...

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  • 85. Temple Church

    If you came to this review via my London page and you have any knowledge of the Knights Templar, even if it be via Dan Brown’s novel, the Da Vinci Code you will have recognised the picture on that...

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  • 86. Windsor Castle

    5 out of 5 stars

    The Queens next best castle, or perhaps even the best, is actually Windsor and very very recommended - excellent art gallery and Queen Marys doll house is amazing. Only 45 mins or so by train from...

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  • 87. Musical London

    The Musical "We will rock you" is a mix between humour and the freedom to rock out! From begin until to end you are caught in a word of music, dance and love. Its better than each Movie and highly...

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  • 88. National Maritime Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    Within an hour or two you will be able to uncover highlights such as the bloodstained (and surprisingly small) coat that Admiral Nelson was wearing when he died at the Battle of Trafalgar, exhibits on...

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  • 89. Wellington Arch

    I often pass the Wellington Arch on the bus whenever I'm on my way to South Kensington from the West End. I have been meaning to visit and was able to do so on a recent London trip (April...

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  • 90. Florence Nightingale Museum

    It’s a small museum with a lot of informative exhibits from Florence Nightingale’s life. The museum it’s separated in three rooms and each room represents something from her life. You will find...

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  • 91. Sir John Soane Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Sir John Soane's Museum is the former home of the prominent neo-classical architect Sir John Soane. Soane chose to establish the house as a museum in 1833 rather than pass the property onto his...

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  • 92. Borough Market

    4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • 93. OXO Building and gallery

    When in London I look for places with a good view of the city. There is one such place in the landmark building, Oxo Tower, by the river Thames. To get to the tower one has to take the lift up to the...

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  • 94. Sky Gardens

    If you want to visit the Sky Gardens at twenty Fenchurch Street in the city you need to apply for a ticket which it's free. After a strict security check I'm was on my way to the thirtyfifth floor to...

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  • 95. Leadenhall Market

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Leadenhall Market originally was a covered market for meat, game and poultry. The buildings date from the 14th century. The location is where London in Roman times had its center. The present...

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  • 96. Highgate Cemetery

    At the beginning of the 19th century, spacious park-like cemeteries were established at the fringes of European cities, for hygienic reasons, due to lack of space and in the course of more dignified...

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  • 97. 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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  • 98. Tate Britain

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tate Britain exists since 1897 under the name of Tate Gallery and displays in 35 rooms a complete collection of British art from 1500 to present day, with painters as important for the UK as...

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  • 99. 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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  • 100. Royal Academy of Arts

    I went to an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art, which was founded in 1768, back in 2006. I hope I can make a return visit in the not too distant future. You can read more about Royal Academy of...

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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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