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    Detail of the exterior of the Tower of London.

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    A tour boat on the River Thames passes the Tower of London. The original entrance to Traitor's Gate can be seen on the waterline.

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    Exterior of the Tower of London.

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    The White Tower at the Tower of London. The original entrance to Traitor's Gate can be seen on the waterline.

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    Exterior of the Tower of London

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    A beafeeter in traditional dress outside the Tower of London.

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    A beafeeter in traditional dress outside the Tower of London.

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    A suit of medieval armour on display inside the Tower of London.

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    Interior of the Bloody Tower at the Tower of London.

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    A suit of medieval armour on display inside the Tower of London.

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    A suit of medieval armour on display inside the Tower of London.

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    The Old Royal Naval College,part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Originally a hospital established by royal charter in 1694 for seamen and their dependents,it was later to become a training college for naval officers. It is now part of the University of Greenwich.

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    England, London.Tower Bridge was completed in 1894, after eight years of construction.When it was built, Tower Bridge was the largest and most sophisticated bascule bridge ever built.

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    Statue of William III standing outside Kensington Palace.

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    Statue of William III standing outside Kensington Palace.

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    The West front of St Paul's Cathedral.

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    Harrods in Knightsbridge,perhaps the most famous department store in the world.

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    The front courtyard of the British Museum. The museum was founded in 1753 from the private collection of Sir Hans Sloane.

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    The facade of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden

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    The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square.

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    The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square.

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    England, London.Tower Bridge was completed in 1894, after eight years of construction.When it was built, Tower Bridge was the largest and most sophisticated bascule bridge ever built.

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    England,London. The Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences is an arts venue dedicated to Queen Victoria's husband and consort,Prince Albert. It is situated in the Knightsbridge area of the City of Westminster.

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    England,London. The Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences is an arts venue dedicated to Queen Victoria's husband and consort,Prince Albert. It is situated in the Knightsbridge area of the City of Westminster.

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    England,London. The Tower of London & Tower Bridge. The Tower of London was first built in 1078 by William the Conqueror(1066-1087) and was completed by William II who was tragically killed by Walter Tyrell in a hunting accident in the New Forest. During the Tower's history it has been a palace,prison,treasury,zoo and arsenal. The Crown Jewels are housed in the tower.

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    The statue of Prince Albert standing outside the Albert Hall,one of London's premier concert venues.

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    The statue of Prince Albert standing outside the Albert Hall,one of London's premier concert venues.

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    The orangerie at Kensington Palace.

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    The orangerie at Kensington Palace.

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    The Old Royal Naval College,part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Originally a hospital established by royal charter in 1694 for seamen and their dependents,it was later to become a training college for naval officers. It is now part of the University of Greenwich.

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    Harrods in Knightsbridge,perhaps the most famous department store in the world.

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    The interior of Covent Garden Market.

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    The Great Court in the British Museum,lopened in 2000. The museum was founded in 1753 from the private collection of Sir Hans Sloane.

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    The Great Court in the British Museum,opened in 2000. The museum was founded in 1753 from the private collection of Sir Hans Sloane.

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    The interior of the restored readng room in the British Museum. The museum was founded in 1753 from the private collection of Sir Hans Sloane.

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    The Great Court in the British Museum,opened in 2000. The museum was founded in 1753 from the private collection of Sir Hans Sloane.

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    The front courtyard of the British Museum. The museum was founded in 1753 from the private collection of Sir Hans Sloane.

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    Big Ben seen from Westminster Bridge. Officially known as the Clock Tower and part of the Palace of Westminster,Big Ben actually refers to the bell inside. The Victorian gothic style tower is 61m high and was completed in 1858. The clock,designed by Augustus Pugin,was the biggest in the world when built.

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    Big Ben seen from Westminster Bridge. Officially known as the Clock Tower and part of the Palace of Westminster,Big Ben actually refers to the bell inside. The Victorian gothic style tower is 61m high and was completed in 1858. The clock,designed by Augustus Pugin,was the biggest in the world when built.

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    One of Britain's famous red telephone boxes in front of Big Ben,London. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1924,the red boxes are a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom,and despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years,red boxes can still be seen in many places. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot.

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    Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace,originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family),was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and entered into the possession of the royal family when acquired by King George III in 1762 as a private residence.

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    England,London. Commissioned by Queen Victoria to commemorate her late consort,Prince Albert. This large statue of Prince Albert in Hyde Park,is seated in a vast Gothic shrine. It includes a frieze with 169 carved figures,angels and virtues higher up and separate groups representing the Continents,Industrial Arts and Sciences.

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    England,London. Commissioned by Queen Victoria to commemorate her late consort,Prince Albert. This large statue of Prince Albert in Hyde Park,is seated in a vast Gothic shrine. It includes a frieze with 169 carved figures,angels and virtues higher up and separate groups representing the Continents,Industrial Arts and Sciences.

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    The ornate face of London's iconic Clock Tower known as Big Ben. The tower actually gained its nickname from the 13 tonne bell hanging inside which was named after its commissioner Benjamin Hall.

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    London's famous Clock Tower,Big Ben,is viewed from behind another English icon - the red phone booth. Big Ben's name actually comes from the 13 tonne bell hanging inside the tower and named after its commissioner,Benjamin Hall

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    The Houses of Parliament seen from Vauxhall Bridge.

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    The Houses of Parliament seen from Vauxhall Bridge.

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    The statue of Prince Albert standing outside the Albert Hall,one of London's premier concert venues.

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    The statue of Prince Albert standing outside the Albert Hall,one of London's premier concert venues.

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    The Tate Modern art gallery is housed in the old Bankside Power Station.

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    The Tate Modern art gallery is housed in the old Bankside Power Station.

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    St Pauls Cathedral seen across the Millennium Bridge.

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    St Pauls Cathedral seen across the Millennium Bridge.

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    St Pauls Cathedral seen across the Millennium Bridge.

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    A couple take in the view from the Millennium Bridge.

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    St Pauls Cathedral seen across the Millennium Bridge.

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    View from the Royal Observatory down to the Queen's House and Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich.

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    The Old Royal Naval College,part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Originally a hospital established by royal charter in 1694 for seamen and their dependents,it was later to become a training college for naval officers. It is now part of the University of Greenwich.

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    The Old Royal Naval College,part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Originally a hospital established by royal charter in 1694 for seamen and their dependents,it was later to become a training college for naval officers. It is now part of the University of Greenwich.

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    The Old Royal Naval College,part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Originally a hospital established by royal charter in 1694 for seamen and their dependents,it was later to become a training college for naval officers. It is now part of the University of Greenwich.

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    The steps of the National Gallery on Trafalgar Square.

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    The interior of Covent Garden Market.

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    Tower Bridge at dusk

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    Big Ben seen from Westminster Bridge. Officially known as the Clock Tower and part of the Palace of Westminster,Big Ben actually refers to the bell inside. The Victorian gothic style tower is 61m high and was completed in 1858. The clock,designed by Augustus Pugin,was the biggest in the world when built.

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    One of Britain's famous red telephone boxes in front of Big Ben,London. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1924,the red boxes are a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom,and despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years,red boxes can still be seen in many places. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot.

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    One of Britain's famous red telephone boxes in front of Big Ben,London. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1924,the red boxes are a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom,and despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years,red boxes can still be seen in many places. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot.

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    Buckingham Palace seen from St James's Park.

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    One of Britain's famous red telephone boxes in front of Big Ben,London. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1924,the red boxes are a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom,and despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years,red boxes can still be seen in many places. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot.

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    England,London. Covent Garden - this name was given,during the reign of King John (1199-1216),to a 40-acre (16 ha) patch in the county of Middlesex.

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    The majestic Royal Exchange building in central London. The Royal Exchange,designed by Sir William Tite and completed in 1844 acted as a centre for commerce in London until 1939.

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    The ornate face of London's iconic Clock Tower known as Big Ben. The tower actually gained its nickname from the 13 tonne bell hanging inside its structure which was named after commissioner Benjamin Hall.

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    London's famous Clock Tower,Big Ben,is framed by the gates of the Palace of Westminster. Big Ben's name actually comes from the 13 tonne bell hanging inside the tower and named after its commissioner,Benjamin Hall

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    The iconic Clock Tower known as Big Ben soars above Westminster in central London . The tower actually gained its nickname from the 13 tonne bell hanging inside its structure which was named after commissioner Benjamin Hall.

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    The National Theatre on London's south bank.

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    The National Theatre on London's south bank.

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    The Tate Modern gallery is housed in the old Bankside power station.

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    The Tate Modern gallery is housed in the old Bankside power station.

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    The Globe Theatre,London.

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    The Globe Theatre,London.

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    The colourful shops of Neals Yard,near Covent Garden.

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    St Paul's Cathedral

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    Silhouette of St Pauls Cathedral and one of the towers of Canon Street station against the evening sky.

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    Tower Bridge at dawn. Construction of the bridge started in 1886 and took 8 years. The central span can be raised to allow ships to travel upriver. The bridge is close to the Tower of London,which gives it its name. It is often mistaken for London Bridge,the next bridge upstream.

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    Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace,originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family),was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and entered into the possession of the royal family when acquired by King George III in 1762 as a private residence.

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    Westminster Abbey,London. The first Abbey was built here by Edward the Confessor in 1045. The present building was completed in 1517,although has been added to over the years. The two towers seen here were added in 1745.

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    One of the western towers of Westminster Abbey,London. The first Abbey was built here by Edward the Confessor in 1045. The present building was completed in 1517,although has been added to over the years. The two towers seen here were added in 1745.

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    The Henry VII chapel at the east end of Westminster Abbey,London. The first Abbey was built here by Edward the Confessor in 1045. The present building was completed between 1245 and 1517,although has been added to over the years. The Henry VII chapel was added in 1503.

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    Stow-on the-Wold, Gloucestershire, The Cotswolds, England, United Kingdom

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    The Tower of London, London, England, United Kingdom

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    Temple Church is a late 12th century church originally constructed as part of a monastic complex known as the Temple, the headquarters in England of the Knights Templar.

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