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Государственное автономное профессиональное образовательное учреждение Чувашской Республики «Чебоксарский экономический колледж» Министерства образования и молодежной политики Чувашской Республики Виртуальное путешествие по Лондону Работа студентки 3 курса: Лебедь Ольги Владимировны Преподаватель: Киселева Татьяна Вениаминовна Welcome to London! Let’s start with a sightseeing tour on a double- decker bus. Make yourself comfortable, please. WELCOME TO LONDON London stands on the Thames and is situated about 64 kilometers from the mouth of the river. For almost 1,000 years London has been a capital city, first of England and, since 1707, of the whole of Britain. Now London is one of the biggest cities in the world. It’s a large business and commercial centre. Some twenty-five bridges link North and South London across The Thames. The Thames remains Britain’s busiest waterway, as well as being a place for people to relax, in boats or on foot along the banks. Westminster Palace is the seat of the British Parliament. Most of the people knows this building as the House of Parliament. Westminster is the historical area in London. Famous monuments and buildings are there. One of the most beautiful places is Westminster Abbey. There are two tall towers at the corners of the building. One of them is the is the Clock Tower with the famous Big Ben. This Tower has become a visiting-card of the British capital as well as the Tower or Westminster Palace. Trafalgar Square is considered to be the very centre of London. In the middle of it stands the monument to admiral Nelson. It is a tall column with a statue of Nelson at its top. At the bottom of the column there are four bronze lions. London is rich in famous palaces. Buckingham Palace is one of the major tourist attractions in London. Buckingham Palace was built in 1705 by the Duke of Buckingham. It is the official residency of the British monarchy. At the moment British monarchy is led by Queen Elizabeth II. A small side-street Downing Street is quiet and unimpressive. There is the official home of Prime Minister in this street. The greatest of English churches is St. Paul’s Cathedral. It was built by a famous English architect, Sir Christopher Wren. One of the oldest streets in London is The Strand it means a river bank and dates from the times when the grey waters of the Thames washed the sides of the wide muddy road – the ancient Strand. Now this street links the City and the West End. Piccadilly Circus with its famous central fountain on the top of which stands a statue of Eros, the Greek god of love, is considered to be the heart of the West End. London is famous not only for its historical buildings. It is famous for its street and squares as well. Fleet Street is know for the newspaper offices situated there. In the early 19th century new docks were constructed to the East. The poor working-class districts that surrounded the docks became knows as the East End. Speaking about London it is impossible to say nothing about its museums. The British Museum is one of the bestknown for its library, reading room, the collection of manuscripts. I am absolutely sure that London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It has many attractions. I would advice you to visit it. And my dream is to walk along the streets of London and see the history in its ancient. Buildings and monuments. Список использованной литературы: 1. http://www.testsoch.info/vneklassnoe-meropriyatie-po-temesights-of-london/ 2. http://www.dotwnews.com/uploads/posts/530230337-1-1.jpg 3. Радышевская М.Н., Карпенко Е.Н. Новейшие английские темы и диалоги [Текст]. – Харьков: Книжный Клуб «Клуб Семейного Досуга» ; Белгород : ООО «Книжный клуб «Клуб семейного досуга»», 2009. 4. Нестерова Н.М. Страноведение: Великобритания / Н. М. Нестерова. – Изд. 2-е. – Ростов н/Д : Феникс, 2006.