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Big-Ben Big Ben is the most popular tourist attraction in the UK. Itself "tower" was built in 1859. Its height is 96.3 m. There are two versions of the origin of its name. The first version says that the so-called clock was named after Benjamin Hall, the curator of the construction work. The second version of the origin of its name tells us that the clock has been nicknamed in honor of Benjamin County, popular at that time boxer in the heavyweight division.
London eye The London eye is one of the largest Ferris wheels in the world, located on the southern bank of the River Thames. Its construction lasted two years, from 1998-1999. Its height is 135 m, the London Eye has 32 fully closed and air air-conditioned cabins-capsules that offer views of almost the entire city. Each 10-tonne capsule can accommodate up to 25 passengers. For Tog to ride the Ferris wheel people have to stand in line for 1-1, 5 hours.
Tower bridge Tower bridge is a bascule bridge Central London over the River Thames, close to the Tower of London. Is one of the main attractions in the UK. The bridge was inaugurated by Edward Prince of Wales and his wife June 30 in the year 1894. Its length is 244 pm interesting facts: in 1912, Frank Mcclean pilot flew his biplane between the two tiers from bridge; In 1952, the driver of the bus with passengers was on the bridge at the time of wiring, and accelerating, forced the bus to jump from one wing to another rising.
Buckingham palace Buckingham Palace-the official London residence of the British monarch (currently Queen Elizabeth ll). Buckingham Palace originally was known as Buckingham House and was built for the Duke of Buckingham (from 1703 onwards). The Palace was officially proclaimed as the main residence of British monarchs on the throne accession of Queen Victoria in 1837,. In 1853, was completed the most spacious and richly decorated with a Palace Ballroom, which is 36 meters and width is 18 meters. Palace guards the Court Division, consisting of regiments of guard infantry.