The Tower of London The Tower has been part of the capitals history for the past 900 years. The fortress first built by William the Conqueror as a citadel, royal palace, seat of the government. The Tower now protects the Crown Jewels.
St Pauls Cathedral St Pauls Cathedral is the spiritual centre of the City. It was first built in The present building is the fifth cathedral to built built on the site. The architect of the baroque-style building was Sir Christopher Wren. St Pauls Cathedral `is a fitting final place for many of the nations heroes.
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square is the popular place for political rallies and meetings. The Admiral Lord Nelsons statue surveys the memorial to his great naval victory in The Admirals statue looks towards the House of Parliament. To the other side of the column are fountains.
Houses of Parliament Houses of Parliament stands on the River Thames at Westminster. It begun in 1840 after a Great Fire of London. It is officially known as the Palace of Westminster. The complex includes the House of Commons, the House of Lords, Westminster Hall, and the 320 foot high Clock Tower. It contains the world famous sight Big Ben.
Westminster Abbey Westminster Abbey has been closely connected with the Crown over 900 years. The Abbey was rebuilt in the 11 th century by a king Edward the Confessor. The Abbey contains monuments to monarchs. It is the meeting place for Parliament from the 14 th to the 16 th centuries.
Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace is the best known royal palace in the world. It was build in When Her Majesty the Queen is in the residence, the Royal Standard flutters over the east front. The palace is open to public in August and September.
Piccadilly Piccadilly is the centre of entertainment. It is the meeting point of six streets. Here you can find the most expensive shops, restaurants and entertainment places. This centre was created in 1980s.
Match the sights and their names The Tower of London Piccadilly The British Museum The Houses of Parliament Buckingham Palace Westminster Abbey