Its economy is one fifth of the country's economy. London is one of the most attractive cities for investment, and has the largest number of international trading companies and individuals with ultra-large net worth of any city in the world.
the official London residence of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain. Located opposite Mall Street and Green Park with the White Marble and Gilded Queen Victoria Monument. When the monarch is in the palace, the royal standard flies over the roof of the palace. The palace is guarded by the Court Division, consisting of the Guards Infantry Regiment and the Royal Horse Guards Regiment. Every day at 11:30 from April to August (in other months - every other day) a changing of the guard ceremony takes place. This is perhaps the most famous ceremony in London; it attracts many tourists.
Ferris wheel in London, located in the Lambeth area on the south bank of the Thames. The largest in Europe and one of the largest in the world. Opened in March 2000. From a height of 135 meters, in sunny weather, a view of almost all of London and its environs opens up at a distance of up to 40 kilometers. This Ferris wheel is a family project of the architects David Marks and Julia Barfield. It took six years to bring the project to life.
a fortress on the north bank of the Thames, the historic center of London, one of the oldest buildings in England and one of the main symbols of Great Britain, which occupies a special place in the history of the English nation. As the Duke of Edinburgh wrote in his book, "Throughout its history, the Tower of London has been a fortress, a palace, a repository of royal jewels, an arsenal, a mint, a prison, an observatory, a zoo, and a place that attracts tourists."
popular tourist name for the clock tower of the Palace of Westminster. The official name of the tower since 2012 is the Elizabeth Tower, or the Elizabeth Tower, one of the most recognizable symbols of Great Britain, often used in souvenirs, advertisements, and movies. At the time of its casting, Big Ben was the largest and heaviest bell in the United Kingdom. At the same time, its weight was 13.7 tons. From 2017 to mid-2022, they are undergoing a global reconstruction.
a combined suspension and drawbridge in central London over the River Thames, near the Tower of London. Construction began in 1886; opened in 1894. It is also one of the symbols of London and Britain. Tower Bridge is one of five London bridges owned and operated by the Bridge House Estates charitable foundation, controlled by the City of London Corporation. The bridge site is freely accessible for both vehicles and pedestrians.
the main historical and archaeological museum of the British Empire and one of the largest museums in the world, the second most visited among art museums, after the Louvre. Located in Bloomsbury, London.
1.4 km² royal park in the center of London. Kensington Gardens adjoin it from the west. A traditional place for political meetings, celebrations and festivities.
football stadium located in London. The new Wembley has a capacity of 90,000 and is the second largest stadium in Europe after Camp Nou. It is home to the England national football team. The stadium is known for its 134m Wembley Arch. This steel arch is the longest single-span roof structure in the world.
wholesale and retail market located in Southwark, London, England. It is one of the largest and oldest food markets in London and dates back to the 12th century. The current market buildings were built in the 1850s.
square in the center of London, where the three main streets of Westminster - the Strand, Whitehall and Mall - converge on the site of the Charing Cross. Originally it was called the square of King William IV, but the final name was given in honor of the victory in the Battle of Trafalgar. The square is an important transport interchange. It is also connected to the Charing Cross metro station on the Bakerloo and Northern lines.
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