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Guide of London, United Kingdom

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London Buildings And Monuments, United Kingdom

Buckingham Palace

Built in the 18th century, it only became the Queen's palace in 1837, when Queen Victoria moved there. 

Royal Mews

South of Buckingham Palace enthusiasts can admire the royal coaches used by the Windsors in parades and ceremonies, including the Gold State Coach, a gold plated coach from 1761 used for all the coronation ceremonies starting with George III. 

House of Parliament and Big Ben

This impressive building was built in the 19th century in Neogothic style after the previous Parliament was destroyed in a fire. 

Whitehall Banqueting House

This is all that remains of the old Tudor Whitehall Palace built in 1622 by Indigo Jones in English Renaissance style...

Tower of London

One of the symbols of London, this fortified complex was built in various phases starting in 1078 under William the Conqueror. 

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in the world...


This rare 12th medieval building was the site of the local government for more than 800 years. 

Kensington Palace State Apartments

Kensington Palace was built in 1605 and redesigned by Sir Christopher Wren in 1689...

Fulham Palace

 One of the secret gems of the city, this was the country residence of the Bishop of London


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