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1. Who gave London its first name? 2. Which is the oldest part of London? 3. Which river runs through London? 4. How many bridges are there over the Thames in London? 5. How many people live in London? 6. Who designed St Pauls Cathedral? 7. Where are the British kings and queens crowned? 8. Which birds, according to legend, protect the Tower of London? 9. Where does the British Prime Minister live? 10. Which is the most famous shopping street in London? 11. What is a double-decker? 12. Which park is famous for its Speakers Corner? The Romans. The City. The Thames. 29. More than 7 millions people. Christopher Wren. St Pauls Cathedral. Ravens. At 10 Downing Street. Oxford Street. A bus. Hyde Park.
1.London is the capital of England. It is a very old city and it is on the river. There are 17 bridges above the river. Bridge is the most beautiful of them.2.In the centre of London you can see Square. In the middle of the square there is Admiral.3.Not far from this square there is Palace. It is the Queens home.4. The other interesting place is Abbey. It is a famous church and museum. Here you can see the chair, the tombs of kings and queens.5. of London is a famous museum too. The tourists can see there and ravens.6. Madam is a famous wax museum. Here you can see people, good and bad.7. There are also many theatres in London. is a famous one, where you can see Shakespeares plays.8. is the big clock tower. It is the symbol of London.