WELCOME TO LONDON!
There are always a lot of people and pigeons
on the square.
Every winter there is a big Christmas tree which is a gift from Norway in the middle of the square.
On New Year’s Eve people gather around the tree.
In the middle of the square there is Admiral Nelson’s Column.
This is the Queen’s home.
It was built in
There is a great collection of paintings.
It was built between 1895 and 1903.
This is the
seat of the Cardinal Archbishop and the leading Roman Catholic Church in England.
Its bell tower is 84 metres high.
The Houses of Parliament
This is the British Parliament.
The building is
280 metres long.
There are 1000 rooms .
Big Ben, the big clock tower, is the symbol
It strikes hours.
The Tower of London
The Tower of London has
been a fortress, a palace, an arsenal, a mint, a prison, an observatory, a zoo, the home of the Crown Jewels and a tourist attraction.
The guards of the Tower are called Beefeaters.
The legend says
that if the ravens leave, the Tower and the country will fall.
The Tower Bridge
The Tower Bridge is a bascule-bridge.
bascules will open to let ships pass through.
St. Paul’s Cathedral
Prince Charles and Princess Diana got
married here in 1981.
There are big red buses called double-deckers in London.
upstairs and downstairs on these buses.
Tourists like them very much
Taxi is the same symbol of London,
as Big-Ben, the Tower or two - storied buses.
In these booths you can call
The Queen of Great Britain
The Queen of Great Britain is
Elizabeth II. Her husband is Duke of Edinburgh.
They have got 4 grown-up children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
Thank you for your attention!