Презентация по английскому языку на тему " 10 мест которые нужно посетить в Лондоне". (6-7 класс)
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London Eye . The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames in London, England. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres (394 ft). It is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom, visited by over 3.5 million people annually
The Victoria and albert Museum founded in 1852, the year, is the largest of its kind Museum with the unique collections of decorative and fine arts. Its 150 rooms can accommodate exhibits of various kinds. England is justly proud of such Museum complex. All the museums of England can not compare in scale with him. Dimensions inspire if above you hangs a few floors, all British greatness. The diamond division of art impresses with its size and the number of fancy silver, vessels of gold and treasure.
The Museum Of Harry Potter If you go to London with the kids, and everything else are fans of this popular Saga about wizards, then you must visit the pavilions Studio Warner Bros., where once was filming the "Harry Potter", and now turned it into a Museum.Isn't it amazing to be in the famous village of Hogsmeade, walk in Diagon alley, to see the impressive layout of the main building of Hogwarts, drink butterbeer in the Three broomsticks, and also to visit the Great hall and Dumbledore's office itself? And it's not all that will offer you this Museum!
Big Ben Big Ben has and the official name — "Clock tower of Westminster Palace". The history of the main chiming clock of London dates back to the 1840-s, when the architect Charles Barry, who was busy with the reconstruction of the old buildings of Westminster, decided to add to dvortsovoi makes a huge bell inside the tower. This is big Ben. For the casting of the bell came from master Edmund Beckett Denison. He decided that his creation should exceed the 10-ton bell in York ("Peter the Great") and cast the bell weighing 16 tons. For this Denison changed the traditional formulation of the alloy and form a casting of the product. the clock tower.
Botanic gardens, Kew This garden is without exaggeration the most beautiful Park of London. The Park is rightly proud of its collection of living plants, which includes the three largest world collections. Kew garden is on the South Bank of the Thames, the Park covers more than 120 hectares. In the Park you can spend a wonderful and educational day the whole family will especially enjoy the visit to the Park children.
St. Paul's Cathedral St. Paul is not only the seat of the Bishop of London and the burial place of all the great men and prominent citizens of great Britain, among which, by the way, the architect Wren. Interestingly, the site of his grave is no elegant tombstone, but only a small plate, showing the inscription "Reader, if you want to find a monument, just look around".
BUCKINGHAM PALACE World famous Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the English Queen — Her Majesty Elizabeth II. But it's not just the main Palace of the country, not only the work place of the Queen, where it has been for over forty years, she has performed the duties of the head of the British state and the Commonwealth of Nations, Supreme commander of the armed forces and the secular head of the Anglican Church. First of all it is the residence of the English Queen and her family. Until very recently the Palace was closed to the public, and for the first time the doors of the Museum opened to visitors only in the summer of 1993.
THE SHERLOCK HOLMES MUSEUM. The most famous address in the world, perhaps, can be considered the number 221b on Baker street in London, it was here, for a long time lived a famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson. In 1990 on Baker street opened a Sherlock Holmes Museum, and in the end, the hero of the novel appeared quite real house.
WESTMINSTER ABBEY. Westminster Abbey is almost the main sacred place of England located in the borough of Westminster in London. The Church is built in Gothic style and is the place of coronation and burial of monarchs of Britain. Together with the Church of St. Margaret, Westminster Abbey are on the list of world heritage of UNESCO. Westminster Abbey founded on the site of the old Church still in 1065 Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) This is where most coronations of the monarchs since 1066, funerals and, of course, weddings. Numerous arches, openwork and richly decorated interiors, striking stained glass and distinctive character of the Abbey impress everyone who has visited it at least once.
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