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British Museum - оne of the largest and most important museums of human history and culture in the world. The museum was founded in 1753. The British Museum holds about seven million objects illustrating the history of human culture from its inception to the present time.
Saatchi Gallery - gallery of controversial collector Charles Saatchi. All works are very modern.
Westminster Abbey in Gothic style is one of the best examples of ecclesiastical architecture. But for the English it is much more: it is the sanctuary of the nation, a symbol of all.
Popular London Tate Modern contains a collection of XX century and contemporary art from around the world. In the exhibition halls one can see works by Picasso, Matisse, Cezanne, Pollock, Rothko, Warhol and many others.
"Globe" is on the bank of the Thames, just 200 meters from the original Shakespeare "Globe", this is fantastic the buildings will carry visitors to the distant past.
The height of 135 meters, the London Eye is the most wonderful sight, which appeared in the city recently. On top there are a lot of beautiful views of the main important places in London.
Madame Tussauds - the most famous wax museum in the world, containing more than 400 pieces of stars, famous politicians, athletes, members of royal families, as well as criminals. Near the museum is one of the largest planetariums in the world, ready to surprise your guests views of the universe.
You can spend a day at the National Gallery, studying one of the biggest and best collections of Western European painting, and did not have time to see and enjoy everything to the end.
Hampton Court - a former country residence of British kings. Palace of Hampton was built in 1514. It has an interesting thing - the maze of 60 acres.
This is the place, where the meridian of Greenwich divides the globe into east and west. There are a lot of beautiful landscapes in the park, it is ideal for picnics.
Originally built by Edward the Confessor more than a thousand years ago, Parliament, remained the main residence of British monarchs for 400 years. Subsequently, the palace became the administrative center of the country.
Royal Botanic Garden contains thousands of varieties of plants. Gardens, located on 120 acres of land, include lakes, greenhouses, paved walkways, pavilions, museums, and architectural patterns of Sir William Chambers.
The magnificent dome of St. Paul's Cathedral for centuries has been a notable and important object in the London sky. The crypt of the cathedral - one of the largest in Europe, it contains more than 200 graves.
The Science Museum displays the development of science and industry and their impact on daily life; posted here a collection - one of the largest, comprehensive and significant in the world.
Tower of London - a fortress, built on the north bank of the River Thames, the historic center of London.