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Top 10 Iconic Sites of London

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London has lot to offer. Each and every iconic sites and top rated tourist attractions are a must visit for visitors and tourists visiting London.

From modern attractions to historic sites, from art to theatrical performances everything draws great attention.

Here are few of the iconic sites of London. Have a look at the list.

Houses of Parliament

Houses of Parliament London Must See

This stunning building stands in the place of the old Palace of Westminster. This building brings a sense of representing the entire London. Thus, considered to be the real London icon by Londoners.

This iconic building represents 1000 year old history, present politics, art and architecture of British. The building also holds the world famous historical clock tower.

Big Ben

Big Ben Lodon Iconic Site

Big Ben is the Great Bell of the clock at the Palace of Westminster. The clock tower which holds the bell is situated at the north side of the Palace. The bell is commonly known as Big Ben.

London Eye

Must See Attractions London Eye

London Eye, the modern time attraction, is one splendid way to get the bird’s eye view of the city of London. While on top, one gets to see the city for miles and miles.

Being in a capsule at the top to get the never ending views of London is one thing everyone who visits London would want to do.

River Thames

River Thames London Must see

River Thames depicts the picture of both the countryside and urban vibe of London. Thames flows in the central part of London.

The cruise and bus services on river Thames are very enjoyable and helps beat the traffic on road. 

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge London Iconic SIte

Tower Bridge is considered to be the ultimate icon of London. For many, the site of Tower Bridge brings the old charm of London into existence. 

This world famous bridge was built in the Victorian era. The speciality of this bridge is that it magnificently opens up to let the ships pass through.

Buckingham Palace

The Queens Palaces Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the Queens’s official residence. The palace is the royal London home and also the work place of the monarchy of the United Kingdom.

Tower of London

Tower Of London Palace Fortress

Tower of London is a Royal Palace and a fortress. In present days, this is the house for the Crown Jewels. 

But historical truth is that this place was once upon a time where torture and death happened. Many famous heads have rolled here inside.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds london

Madame Tussauds is a place which offers its visitors a grand celebrity like welcome. Here you come face to face with few of the world’s famous personalities. From Shakespeare to Sachin Tendulkar, from Britain’s Royal family members to the famous Marilyn Monroe and even Nelson Madela, many popular figures from sports, politics, science, music, royals, film stars, historical figures, you will many life sized figures under one roof. 

Discover Greenwich

Greenwich is a city in itself to be discovered.

Cutty Sark Greenwish London Icon

The Cutty Sark is a great London landmark and national icon. The ship represents the maritime history of British. Cutty Sark is one of the world’s most famous ship.

Discover Greenwich in London

Apart from Cutty Sark; the huge National Maritime Museum, historic Queen’s House have lot to offer. Also the Prime Meridian at Royal Observatory in Greenwich is of great importance to the world.

National Gallery 

National Gallery London Must Visit

London’s National Gallery can be rightly considered as the glory and pride at the Trafalgar Square. This famous gallery is home to Western European ancient paintings. The collection includes art by Leonardo da Vinci,  Botticelli, Turner, Renoir and many other popular artists of the earlier centuries.

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square London Tourist Place

Trafalgar Square is the most popular tourist place in central London. It is a public place which is a vibrant open place used for central meetings and thus the prime landmark of London.

Trafalgar Square is home to Nelson’s Column, the iconic stone Lions, and beautiful fountains.

Christmas Tree at Trafalgar Square

This place is a must see during Christmas. The biggest Christmas Tree of London is installed here, which is an annual gift from the city of Oslo.

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