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London Zoo

London Zoo lies at the northern perimeter of magnificent Regent's Park and is home to over 650 exotic and fascinating species of animal, from gorillas to penguins. A must-see is the astonishing Web of Life, where you can observe 65 different animals...

Westminster Abbey

This abbey is London's oldest and most important church. The predominantly Gothic style church, whose official name is The Collegiate Church of St Peter, lies on the River Thames. Coronations and funerals of members of the British Royal Family are st...

Buckingham Palace

The official residence of the British sovereign. A characteristic of British palaces is that the royal guard changes daily. The only time that the guards are allowed to move is during this change. It's certainly worth seeing the Changing of the Guard...

Trafalgar Square

Along with Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square is one of London's best known squares. It was designed by John Nash around 1830. Nelson's Column stands in the centre of the square, surrounded by four bronze lions. The approximatel...

Tower of London

This historic building complex, commonly known as the Tower, lies on the River Thames. Throughout the centuries it has served variously as a fortress, royal palace, state prison, garrison, museum and an arsenal. These days the complex is a major tour...

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge, officially opened in 1894, is close to the Tower of London, hence the name. This stunning and iconic bridge over the Thames is the most recognizable bridge in the world. The Walkways offer fantastic views of central London. It's also de...

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