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The County Hall was the former seat of the regional London County Council and later the Greater London Council.
The County Hall was the former seat of the regional London County Council and later the Greater London Council. This 1922 Edwardian Baroque building was designed by Ralph Knott and John Bancroft. It is now home to the London Sea Life Aquarium, London Eye visitor centre and London Dungeon.
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 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
The Leake Street, also known as the 'Banksy tunnel', has a 300 m-street wall under the platform and tracks of Waterloo Station, completely covered in graffiti - initially created during the 'Cans Festival' organised by Banksy in 2008
The Topolski Century was painted by Polish artist Feliks Topolski between 1975 and 1989 to chronicle the key events and the iconic figures of the 20th century such as Churchill, Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Picasso and Coco Chanel among 700 people
The Southbank Centre is a large concrete development from the 1960s on the Thames South Bank between the Waterloo and Hungerford Bridges
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 BFI Southbank, formerly known as the National Film Theatre, has four screens showing classic, foreign language and arthouse cinema
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
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Whitehall runs from Parliament Square to Trafalgar Square, and is the site of several British government buildings, statues and monuments