Tower of London
The tower of London is more than 900 years old and it was prison for long time. It's built as a fortress.
It's a big bridge, what needs only 90 seconds to lift. It happens 500 times in year.
Globe Theatre is like a theater at Shakespeare’s time. It burned down in 1613, but it opened again on 1997.
London Eye is the biggest observation wheel in the world and it's 135m high.
Houses of Parliament
Houses of Parliament is home to the United Kingdom Parliament. In 1834 fire, a destroyed most of the oalace, but Sir Charles Barry built the palace again between 1840 and 1888 and he also added the famous clocktower Big Ben.
Buckingham Palace is really big and it's Queen's residence in London. Buckingham Palace has a park, 600 rooms, a swimming-pool and even a cinema.
Trafalgar Square got it's name from Admiral Nelson's famous victory in te Battle of Trafalgar. On New Year’s Eve, Trafalgar Square is a popular meeting place.
Piccadilly Circus is a centre of London's nightlife. The Eros fountain is the best meeting place is you want to go to one of the plenty restaurants, nightclubs, theatres or bars nearby
St Paul's Cathedral
The cupola of St Paul's Catherdal is also called Whispering Gallery because if you go to the Whispering Gallery with a friend and you ask your friend to put his/her ear against the wall of the cupola and if you go to the other side and you whisper against the wall, then you frend hears every word you whisper.