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Top 10 Spectacular Destinations In London For travel

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By- USA NATIONAL POST

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Big Ben refers to the massive bell inside the 316-foot clock tower of the Houses of Parliament. Every hour of the day, a mechanism inside the neo-Gothic structure strikes the bell to sing its hourly song. This mechanism has been known for its accuracy since it was finished in 1859. Many historians say that the bell was named for Benjamin Hall, who was the commissioner of works at that time.

1.Big Ben

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Constructed in 1999 as the world's tallest Ferris or observation wheel, London Eye is the best place to spot some of the historic monuments of London from one place. This 443 feet high Ferris wheel is cantilevered and has 32 capsules for people to enjoy 30 minutes ride.

2.London Eye

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The Buckingham Palace in London has been the centerpiece of England's Monarchy wherein it serves as the residence of the royal family. The palace features a neoclassical architecture that leaves every visitor at awe.

3.Buckingham Palace

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Situated on the banks of the river Thames in central London, the castle has served as a royal residence and several phases in the tower were under the kings in the 12th and 13th centuries. It was also used as a prison during the period 1100 to 1952.

4.Tower Of London

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The Tower Bridge, located in London, is one of London's famous landmarks and is very popular with tourists. It was built in 1894 to make crossing the river easier for people. Visitors would surely love the attraction as it also offers a stunning view of the city.

5.Tower Bridge

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Established in 1753, the museum showcases a comprehensive collection of works that number in the millions. Most of these artifacts were collected during the era of the British Empire. Featuring spectacular collections spanning across time and space, it is widely considered as one of the greatest museums in the world.

6.British Museum

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Seventeen monarchs reside in this church. Well, at least their remains do. It is rather ironic that many of the kings and queens that were buried here were also crowned in this exact place, as per tradition.

7.Walk Through History At Westminster Abbey

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London Underground, located in London, is an underground railway which is the oldest in the whole world. It is famously called as tube by the locals as the tunnels of the railway are spherical tubes. It has over 270 stations and 408 kilometers of train tracks. Visitors could catch a ride at this railway and get to their destination easily.

8.London Underground

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The industrial-style architecture of this former mid-20th-century power station sets the mood for the type of art you will see inside. Here, works by Dalí, Picasso and Warhol prevail over arts that look like a Monet or Rembrandt.

9.Tate Modern

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From the West End musical classics like Les Miserables and the Lion King to the world’s longest-running play, The Mousetrap, London theatres have it all. You can have a pick of ambience from a range of venues such as the spacious Apollo Victoria Theatre with over 2300 seats as opposed to the more intimate feel of the Arts Theatre with a seating capacity of 350.

10.London's Theatre

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