A historic fortress of the city of
A famous meeting area where Nelsonís Column stands. Built to commemorate Admiral Nelson who was killed during his
victorious battle against Napoleonís Navy off Trafalgar in
The original Globe opened in 1599. It burned down in 1613 and was immediately rebuilt. It was closed by the Puritans in 1642. Now, 183 m from its original site after almost 400 years, the Globe Theatre has been opened to the public again.
Possibly the most famous clock face and chimes in the world. It is actually the name of the biggest bell (13 tone) in side the Clock Tower (97,5 tone) which forms part of the Houses of Parliament.
The most impressive church in
A very large
temporary building in
A 135 m high ferries wheel which was officially/unveiled on millennium Eve. The whel has 31 capsules and can take about 400 people at a time; offering a spectacular view of some 40 km.
55 -Julius Caesar invading
1665- The Great Plague. Around 100000 Londoner dies.
1914-1918- World War One 2,500 people die in German air raids.
1841 The Blitz During
World War Two over 30000 people died suds huge areas of
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