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Imperial War Museum

Originally opened in 1920 to collect and display artifacts relating to World War I, the Imperial War Museum now covers many conflicts involving Britain and the Commonwealth that have taken

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Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is one of South Kensington’s three main museums – the others being the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and the Science Museum. The NHM – Natural

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Trafalgar Square

The square is considered the heart of the British capital and hosts events, concerts and celebrations, including Chinese New Year, St. Patrick’s Day, St. George’s Day (patron saint of England)

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is an endless source of fascination for visitors. Many of those who visit the Tower of London often wait a long time to see the pavement cleared to

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British Museum

The British Museum first opened to the public in 1759 to promote a better understanding of the arts, natural history and science. Now one of the world’s finest museums, it

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Buckingham Palace

Enjoying an imposing location in the centre of London, opposite St James’s Park, Buckingham Palace, the London home of HM The Queen, requires little introduction and is hugely popular with

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Tate Modern

Opened in 2000, the Tate Modern is a £130 million project, considered a model of urban regeneration, with the disused Bankside Power Station transformed into a cutting-edge space dedicated to

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Big Ben

Probably the most famous sight in London, the tower that adjoins the Houses of Parliament, whilst commonly referred to as “Big Ben”, is actually simply named the “Clock Tower”. “Big

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Tower of London Area

Her Majesty’s Tower of London is situated in East London on the boundaries of the boroughs of Stepney and the City of London. Directly south, spanning the River Thames, lies

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