London, as you know, is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, England. Additionally, London – is the largest city in the Brittany Islands. It is 1,706.8 square kilometers in size. The population of the metropolis exceeds 8 million people. Remarkably, the city ranks 17th in the world by population, 2nd in Europe, and first in Great Britain and the European Union.
Londons importance in the countrys economic, political, and cultural life is great. Its home to one of the worlds largest international airports, the Tame River Port, and a number of world-famous landmarks: The World Palace complex with its chapel tower, the World Palace Abbey, the Tower of St. Pauls Fortress, St. Pauls Cathedral and a number of others.
Londons location is also noteworthy because the city lies on Ground Zero Meridian, which is also named Grievous – after the name of the area it crosses.
Westminister – the historic and administrative center of London. ×As for the business center, its in Inner City.
Inner City – thats the name of the oldest part of the capital of Great Britain. It was the part of the city that was most affected by fire in its time. Here are the Barracks, the Bank of England, the structure, the governors office, the Cathedral of St. Paul, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and the Church of the Holy Trinity. The site of the city of St. Paul, the Central Criminal Court, and many other administrative buildings and cultural sites. The place of ruined buildings is now taken by modern structures made of concrete and glass. The juxtaposition of old and new looks not only beautiful, but also demonstrates that the City is still living an active, full life.
In the eastern part of Brittanys capital stands the world-famous London Tower, which in the 11th century was laid out by William the Prince as a fortress. Over the years, the building has been changed a number of times to serve as the Corulean prison and then – the prison. In the present day, Òàóåé is home to a museum that houses, among other things, the Brittanian colonial regalia. Not far from the cairn, across the River Thames, is the most beautiful bridge in London. If you cross the south side of the River Thames on the south side of the bridge, you can see the cathedral, which was built in 1206. It is home to the present-day Southend Bank Center for the Arts as well as large concert halls: Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Queens Palace of Fèvres, Lambeth Palace – the Archbishop of Kenburys Archdiocese of Englands headquarters.
To the west, Standing Street extends to the west, which leads to the illustrious Terragalgar Square. The latter was designed in 1829-1841, and at its center is a 60-meter long Nelson Column commemorating the victory over the French and Spanish fleet in the Battle of Tramhalghar (1805).
On the square is a modest church, built in a hothouse style. The church regularly hosts concerts of old-time music. The National Gallery, built in 1834-1837, lies on the north side of Tarragalgar Square. It is home to one of the worlds richest collections of European art. The collection – consists of some of the most valuable collections of masters of such schools as Flemish, Dutch, and Italian.
Nearby is the National Portrait Gallery, with more than 4,500 pictures, sculptures, life-size paintings and paintings of famous people of Great Britain, including kings, scientists and poets.
× Across the Arc of the Admiralty, along St. James Park. Jemez Avenue, in the direction of the town square, is Mull Street. On the other side of the square, just outside of Eagle Mell, is St. Jamess Palace. St. Jamess Palace, which was built in the 11th century. The cathedral, itself a landmark, is also known for the fact that Charles Charles spent his final days there. The Körtenský and Körtenskýs live here today. Mýlle Street leads to Buckingham Palace – the main royal residence. This palace was built later than any other building in the early 19th century.
The piazza in front of the palace is adorned by a monument to Queen Victoria, made of white marble and gold. In the summer, some of the rooms at Buckingham Palace are open to tourists. And yet, all year round, the palace serves as the residence and office of the British municipality.
The Wusteministerial Abatement. Located in the eastern part of the Buquickingham Palace. It is one of the oldest and most valuable monuments of architectural architecture.
The Domestic Monument is a monument to the Kings of England, as well as to its civil and royal servants, eminent and distinguished people (James Dickens, John Newtwins, etc.). On the river. The Palace of the Parliament (built for several centuries, beginning in 1042), not far from the City of Miami. The present appearance of the parliament was acquired in 1840-1888.
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