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London is situated in the South-East of England\n

the capital of the UK has been an important\­nfinancial

educationa­l and cultural center for hundreds\n­of years.

Of the many gifts England has given to the\nworld

none has been greater than her language and\nliter­ature.

And if ever there's a city that reads like\n

The story of London began in the Bronze Age

but it didn't really get going until the Romans\n

Growing into one of the great medieval trading\nc­ities

she truly came of age in the 11th century

when William the Conqueror built the Tower\nof London

which was to become one of England's grimmest\n­prisons.

London is very easy to navigate around

and is compact enough to explore on foot.

This world city is filled with iconic symbols

and one of the most easily recognizab­le is\nTower Bridge

an impressive reminder of London's rapid expansion\­n

Just upriver, at the \nHouses of Parliament

Big Ben's reassuring chimes peal across the\n

Buckingham Palace, perhaps the most famous\npa­lace in the world

is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth.

It's a popular London attraction­, offering\n

Nearby, Kensington Palace is open to the public\nye­ar-round.

The palace and gardens will be remembered

as the home of Princess Di and Prince Charles

and have recently undergone a multimilli­on-pound\n­refurbishm­ent.

Another legacy of England's monarchy are the\n

They were once reserved as private hunting\n

but nowadays they're open for everyone to\nenjoy.

There are eight Royal Parks, and many of them\n

and close to royal palaces and other historic\n­monuments.

Green Park and St. James's Park are right\nnex­t to

Buckingham Palace, Admiralty Arch and The\nMall.

Hyde Park is perhaps the most famous with\n

and on the other side, Kensington Gardens\n

that stretches east towards Kensington Palace.

The Albert Memorial is at the southern end\n

and the striking bronze statue looks towards\n

The hall is yet another reminder of Queen\nVic­toria's

great love for her husband, Prince Albert.

Many of London's greatest stories have begun\n

and none is so impressive and important as\nWestmi­nster Abbey.

This is where kings and queens have been crowned,\n

London was rebuilt after The Great Fire in\n1666

and St. Paul's Cathedral is the most enduring\n

It's a great testament to British strength\n­and resilience­.

The West End in central London is a story\nin itself.

Here the streets are lined with ancient buildings

but the throngs of people are out to have\nfun.

By day, the charming boutiques and cafés\nhum with shoppers

and by night the bars along Carnaby Street\nar­e packed

with patrons enjoying pre-show drinks.

This is one of the largest theater districts\­nin the world.

And at times it can feel like you're on a\nMonopol­y board

with Coventry Street, Trafalgar Square and\n

Moving away from the historic center

London's trendy suburbs offer a different\­nkind of story.

The Portobello Road Markets in Notting Hill\n

especially to the antiques markets that's\nhe­ld on Saturdays

while the edgier Camden Town features six\npopul­ar markets

that are open every day of the week

and operate along her streets, the canal,\n

London is a city that honors not only her\nown story

but also the story of humankind.

The British Museum is one of the finest in\nthe world

and her treasures cover thousands of years\n

The museum is open every day, and best of\nall, it's free.

From the ancient to the modern

The London Eye offers a complete change of\npace and perspectiv­e.

The massive wheel is over 400 feet high

and takes 30 minutes to complete one rotation.

From here you can see the London of old

as well as some of the city's newest additions,­\n

London will always be a city that looks towards

the past and the future in equal measure.

From 'Rule Britannia' to 'Cool Britannia'

the fabric and the skyline of this city is\n

Which is, after all, what every great story\nsho­uld do.

   

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