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In an old church which is also hosted the tomb of Captain Bligh of The Bounty mutiny fame.
In an old church which is also hosted the tomb of Captain Bligh of The Bounty mutiny fame. The museum charts the history of garden design and gardening.
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
The grand Palace of Westminster on the bank of the Thames is the Parliament of Britain where the House of Lords and House of Commons meet in session
The Jewel Tower across the road from the Houses of Parliament is the only part of the original Palace of Westminster still standing, apart from the Westminster Hall
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
The County Hall was the former seat of the regional London County Council and later the Greater London Council
The 13-ton 4-faced iconic bell, named after Benjamin Hall who was commissioner of works when the tower was completed in 1858, has gilded periphals surrounding the dials which are 7 metre in diameter
The Sea Life London Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in Europe, home to a collection of 350 species of fish, from sharks to stingrays
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
The London Eye is relatively new to the neighbourhood, but has become an integral part of the London skyline and is a major tourist attraction on the Thames banks