There are more than 600
rooms and about 300 clocks in the Palace !
Over 700 people work for the Queen in Buckingham Palace.
The Houses of Parliament
Lord Mayor traditionally
sits on the bag of wool in the Parliament.
The other name of the Houses
of Parliament is Westminster Palace. Westminster means monastery.
About 2,500 people that were not
kings have graves in a “Temple of Fame” in Westminster Abbey. Geoffrey Chaucer, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens were buried there.
But the most regarded is the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.
St. Paul’s Cathedral
The first church at
the place of St. Paul’s was built in 604 A.D.
The British Museum
The oldest exhibit in British Museum
dates back to 10,500 B.C.
The Tower of London
The biggest diamond in the world
the Star of Africa is kept in the Tower of London. It weighs 530 carats.
About 25 people can sit and
walk inside a capsule of the London Eye.
Madame Tussaud’s Museum
More than 2 million tourists visit
the exhibition each year.
British National Gallery
The heart of London – Trafalgar
London Natural Science Museum
St. James’s Park
There are 30,000 plants there
from all existing climate zones.
Hamley’s Toy shop is a real
4-storeyed paradise for kids with more than 40,000 different kinds of toys !!!
Mr. Sherlock Holmes, a legendary
the black cab
the red telephone booth
The Tower Bridge