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SIS/MI6 Building, London

Imposing building on the waterfront with a huge number of CCTV cameras and looks more fortified than a prison.

Imposing building on the waterfront with a huge number of CCTV cameras and looks more fortified than a prison. Quite a sight to behold and you're able to walk around the outskirts of the building but can guarantee that you're being watched when you do.


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About SIS/MI6 Building

 Vauxhall Bridge

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SIS/MI6 Building and Nearby Sights on Map

Tate Britain

The Tate Britain museum is oldest art gallery of the Tate network and houses the Tate collection of British art from 1500 AD through to contemporary art

Museum of Garden History

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Lambeth Palace

The Lambeth Palace on the south bank of the Thames has been the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury since the 13th century

Houses of Parliament

Palace of Westminster

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The Jewel Tower

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Henry VII's Ladys Chapel

Described as the wonder of the entire world, this chapel at the eastern end of Westminster Abbey is a breathtakingly beautiful masterpiece of medieval architecture

Big Ben

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Westminster Abbey

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St. Margaret's Church

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