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LONDON SIGHTS




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London sights

EXERCISE: GUESS WHAT THE SIGHTS DESCRIBED ARE

TRAFALGAR SQUARE � ST PAUL�S CATHEDRAL - THE NATIONAL GALLERY � THE TATE MODERN GALLERY � ST. JAMES�S PARK � HYDE PARK � THE HARD ROCK CAF� � 10, DOWNING STREET - THE LONDON EYE � OXFORD STREET � COVENT GARDEN � THE MILLENIUM BRIDGE � BIG BEN � THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT (or THE PALACE OF WESTMINSTER) � BUCKINGHAM PALACE � THE TOWER OF LONDON � TOWER BRIDGE � MADAME TUSSAUD�S � WESTMINSTER ABBEY


1- It is in the centre of London, next to the Houses of Parliament. It is a famous clock

2 - It�s the official residence of the Prime Minister

3- It is an art gallery in Trafalgar Square where you can see many famous paintings for example by Leonardo da Vinci or Van Gogh

4- It is the residence of the Queen. It is in the very centre of London, near St. James�s Park

5- It is a big park near Buckingham Palace

6- It is a big wheel near the Thames. It has been in London since 2000 for the new millennium. It�s almost 150 mt high

7- It is a caf� where you can have fantastic hamburgers, milkshakes and ice creams. On the walls there are guitars and posters of famous rock stars. There �s always loud music. It is near Hyde Park

8- It is a church. The famous architect Sir Christopher Wren built it in 1666 after the Great Fire of London. It has the second largest dome in the world after St Peter�s in Rome, Italy

9- It is the newest bridge in London. It�s about 300 mt long and it�s only for pedestrians

10- It is a very big park in the centre of London. In this park there�s a lake called the Serpentine

11- It is the seat of British Parliament. It is near the Thames and Big Ben

12- It is a museum where you can see wax statues of famous people from the past but also today�s pop stars, film stars, sport stars. It is near Regent�s Park

13- It is a street famous for shopping. It is in the very centre of London

14- It is a square in the very centre of London. It is dedicated to Nelson�s victory over Napoleon at Trafalgar in 1805. In it there are two fountains, the National Gallery and Nelson�s column. There are four statues of lions

15- It is a famous bridge on the river Thames, near the Tower of London. The bridge can open so ships can pass under it

16- In the past it was a fortress, a prison, a royal residence. Today it is a museum where there are the Crown Jewels. It�s near Tower Bridge

17- It is a very old church. Kings and Queens of England are crowned here

18- It is an art gallery where you can see modern paintings, photos, statues. It is near the river Thames

19- In the past it was London fruit and vegetable market. Now it a shopping and meeting place in the centre of London


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