Around London

London is a piece of art. It has a certain mesmerizing vibe and a spirited air which pervades every nook and cranny.

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London Tube Station which gives you a taste of the city.

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Trafalgar Square in Central London- its name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar where the British Navy won the Napoleonic wars with France and Spain in 21st October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain.

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Nelson’s column was built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

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St Martin-In-The-Fields -an Anglican church at the backdrop

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One of the bronze lions at the base of Nelson’s column

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The iconic red double-decker London bus

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Changing of the guard at Buckingham palace

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The principle facade- the East Front

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A white birdie happened to fly into the lens.

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London Eye at the backdrop.

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The classic London telephone box with a screaming red.

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The Westminister Abbey has a long tradition of being a royal wedding venue.

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Officially know as the Great Bell, but better known as the Big Ben graces the Palace of Westminister.

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Houses of Parliament/ Palace of Westminister

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The Tower of London-seen from the River Thames. The medieval castle was built by William The Conqueror in 1066. In its earliest beginnings, it served as a royal residence before turning into a prison between 16th and 17th century, shackling figures like Elizabeth I and Sir Walter Raleigh within its walls.

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The tower had been besieged several times as conquering it was vital to control the country.

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The London Bridge was not falling down.

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St Paul’s Cathedral

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