Close your eyes! Open your eyes! Turn you eyes to the left, turn your eyes to the right. Your eyes up, your eyes down! Close your eyes! Open your eyes! Turn you eyes to the left, turn your eyes to the right. Your eyes up, your eyes down!
It is a beautiful Gothic building. It was a monastery and a Norman church for a long time. It was built in the 11th century and is famous for the Poets Corner. Many English kings and queens were crowned there Westminster Abbey
It is the official home of the English Queen. It was built in There are 600 rooms in the palace. It is like a small town with a police station, a hospital, a bar, a cinema, two sport clubs and a swimming-pool Buckingham Palace
Its one of the best picture galleries in the world. It is situated on the north side of Trafalgar Square and contains canvases of outstanding painters The National Gallery
Its a big clock in one of the towers. You can hear the sound of it every hour in London. They got their name after Sir Benjamin Hall Big Ben
It is a royal park since 1536 Its one of the most popular places of Londoners on hot summer days. Its famous for its Speakers Corner Hyde Park
William the Conqueror built it in the 11th century. It was used as a fortress, a state prison and an old castle. Many English kings and queens were imprisoned and beheaded there. Now it is a museum The Tower of London