National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum was inaugurated on 27 April 1937 by King Jorge VI. It is the largest museum in the world dedicated to the navy. It turns out that

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Museum of London Docklands

The Museum of London Docklands offers the opportunity to break with an old concept: the museum is a place for old things. Strolling through its galleries and corridors is like

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Queen’s House

The project was commissioned to the architect Inigo Jones by King James I as a gift to his wife, Queen Anne of Denmark. In other words: the name of the

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Tate Britain

Inaugurated in 1897, its first name was the National Gallery of British Art. As its name suggests, it is a museum dedicated to art produced in the United Kingdom. In

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Cutty Sark museum ship

The Cutty Sark has made a name for itself in the oceans and on its retirement it became a museum. Built in 1869, Cutty Sark made its first voyage the

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London Eye

The London Eye is a 135-metre high Ferris wheel located on the south bank of the Thames, just opposite Big Ben and the British Parliament building. It has become London’s

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National Gallery

The National Gallery owes its creation to King George IV, who wanted to create an art museum in London on a par with the Louvre. Today, it is one of

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Sherlock Holmes Museum

Everybody knows this character through books, then films, comics and references in popular culture. Perhaps the only museum in the world is dedicated to him in London (there is another

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St Paul’s Cathedral

One of the main attractions in London is St. Paul’s Cathedral, built in honor of the apostle Paul. You can see it from almost every part of the city. Today

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Houses of Parliament

Officially known as the ‘Palace of Westminster’, the Houses of Parliament are today home to the two chambers where the House of Lords and the House of Commons meet to

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