Top 10 places not to be missed in United Kingdom
Big Ben's full name is the Palace clock tower is a clock tower structure in the north-east side of the House of Parliament in Westminster, London, England. Is representative of the English classical culture, a symbol of London and the pride of the British. Big Ben has four watch faces, each of which is mosaic 312 pieces of opaque white glass.
Stonehenge Stone Circle
Located in the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, dating from 4000 to 2000 BC (Mar-Apr 2008, a British archaeological researcher has discovered that the exact age of Stonehenge is 4,300 years old, built in c. 2300 BC), this is a sacred place in the eyes of the British ,
Tower of London
The Tower of London sits on the banks of the River Thames in London. It was built by William the Conqueror in 1066 as a palace and defensive system. It used to be a fortress, an arsenal, a Treasury, a casting house, a observatory, a hideout and a prison.
St. Paul's Church
St. Paul's Cathedral is a world-renowned religious church, the fifth Church in the world, the first church in Britain and also the second largest dome church in the world, ranked among the five major churches in the world. St. Paul's Cathedral was first established in 604. After many times of destruction and reconstruction, the renowned British architect and designer Sir Christopher Wren has completed the greatest church design in London in the late 17th century, it takes 35 years of enthusiasm. It is also one of the most beautiful churches in the world. There are 200 monuments and monuments in the basement of the church, as well as a place to explore the funeral of several celebrity positions such as Sir Winston Churchill, Lord Nelson and General Wellington.
Westminster Abbey in London is one of the UK's largest religious buildings and one of the top ten UK landmarks. The church was built in 960 after the BC and was rebuilt around 1220 to 1517.
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest castle in the world in Berkshire, England. It was also chosen by Queen Elizabeth II as its royal accommodation and weekend. This is an important ritual in England.
Blenheim Palace is located in Oxfordshire and is one of the largest rural houses in England, built between 1705 and 1722. The building of Blenheim Palace in a rare British Baroque style, is very popular and has many visitors each year.
The Warwick Castle is on the Avon River in Warwickshire, England. It was built in 1068 by William the Conqueror. In this castle, there are ancient instruments and weapons, and visitors can see the 10th century lifestyle here.
London Museum of Natural History
The London Museum of Natural History is one of the world's most famous museums. The world-renowned museum contains 70 million items with botany, entomology, mineralogy, archaeology, and animal biology, and more. Important specimens were discovered by Charles Darwin, which had great scientific and historical value.
London's eye or the Millennium Spin, located on the banks of the river Thames in London, London's Eye is one of the city's highest visibility and the best way to explore the city. It has 32 air-conditioned cabin chambers that can accommodate up to 800 people at a time, and guests can also walk in the cabin.
- Big Ben
- Tower of London
- St. Paul's Cathedral
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