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Places of Interest in London
Идея проекта
— На уроке английского языка мы изучали
достопримечательности Лондона.
— Столица Великобритании поразила меня
своей
историей, огромным числом музеев,
королевскими дворцами и парками.
— Появилось желание продолжить знакомство
с этим великолепным городом.
Проблема
Каким образом я могу
воплотить свою мечту в
жизнь?
Цель исследования:
узнать больше о Лондоне –
столице Великобритании, и
«совершить путешествие» по
этому городу не выходя из
дома.
Задачи
Собрать и изучить информацию по теме: «Достопримечательности Лондона»;
Выполнить перевод с английского языка на русский язык с использованием
текстов о Лондоне в учебнике, ресурсов Интернета… ;
разработать виртуальную карт у города « Достопримечательности Лондона»
выполнить проект, в состав которого войдут: карта «Достопримечательности
Лондона», результаты опроса учащихся и учителей.
Brief description
Population - 8.2 million people (2011)
Located in the southeast of the island of Great
Britain, on the low-lying plain of the London
Basin, on the banks of the estuary of the River
Thames near the North Sea.
Main political, economic and cultural center of
the UK. Global city, one of the world's leading
financial centers.
Всё в этом гигантском городе мне интересно...(М.
Твен).
Для меня Лондон - самый интересный, самый
красивый, самый удивительный город в мире (Г.
Уэллс)
Такой город, как Лондон, по которому бродишь часами,
не видя ему конца... представляет собой нечто совсем
особенное(Ф. Энгельс)
Лондон смутно высился передо мной, полный чудес,
таинственный, как ассирийский Вавилон, и настолько
же богатый вещами неслыханными, великими
откровениями(А. Макен)
Его нельзя ни полностью увидеть, ни выразить. Ты к
нему приговорён - он не даёт тебе выйти и взглянуть на
целое(Б. Тшуми)
Brief history
Founded under the name Londinium by the
Romans soon after their invasion of Britain in
43 a. d. In the XI-XII centuries it became the
capital of England. In the Fire of 1666, the city
was heavily damaged. At the beginning of the
XVIII century became the capital of the United
Kingdom and the largest city in Europe. From
1825 to 1925, was the largest city in the world.
Since the XVI to XX century was the capital of
the British Empire.
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster - London's historic district, a part
of the administrative district of Westminster. In
Westminster is Westminster Palace, which
meets British Parliament.
Royal-courts-of-justice
Westminster abbey
Westminster
Famous people buried in Westminster
Geoffrey Chaucer
Isaac Newton
William Shakespeare
Tower of London
The Tower of London - one of the main symbols of the United Kingdom, occupies a special
place in the history of the English nation.
Today the Tower of London - one of the main place of interest of the UK. He has not changed
since the days of the past. The symbol of a sinister past the Tower of London is a place where
formerly a scaffold of Tower Hill. Currently, the main building of the Tower of London - a
museum and armory, which holds treasures the British crown and was officially still
considered to be one of the royal residences. In the Tower there are also a number of private
apartments, which are home to basically wait staff and distinguished guests.
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace was originally known as Buckingham House and was built for the Duke
of Buckingham (since 1703). It was purchased by King George III in 1762 as the private
residence of the monarch of the future (the official residence of the St James's Palace has
ceased to hold him and quantity, and finish). Over the next 75 years, architects John Nash and
Edward Blore (author Alupka Palace), based Buckingham House, built three similar
buildings.
All together form in terms of a square,
the center of which - a large courtyard.
Despite the extravagance apartments
of the palace, which houses many
heirlooms, not all who lived in it were
happy. In his memoirs, the Duke of
Windsor, wrote that the great palace
"with its large rooms and endless
corridors seemed filled with the smell
of mold, which I still feel every time I
log into it."
Ballroom of Buckingham Palace
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral
The official date of the opening of the
cathedral is October 20, 1708 - the birthday
of architect Rena (the day he turned 76 years
old), but the actual service at the church
began Dec. 2, 1697.
Under the dome of the Cathedral has three
galleries: the inner whispering gallery and
outdoor stone and gold gallery. Whispering
gallery owes its name not provided by
architects especially its acoustics: the word
even said in a whisper, in one end of the
gallery, is repeatedly reflected its walls,
resulting in a whisper that could easily hear
the person who is at the other end of the
gallery.
Trafalgar Square
In the center - Nelson's Column in dark gray granite 44 m high, topped by a statue of
Admiral Nelson. The four sides of the columns are decorated with murals made ​from
melted down and captured by Napoleon's cannons. It was built in 1840-1843 a. d.,
Surrounded by sculptures of lions and fountains. In the corners of the area - four sculptures.
Around the square are National Gallery, Church of St. Martin in the Fields (architect
J. Gibbs, 1721), Admiralty Arch and several embassies.
Fleet Street
Regent Street
Piccadilly Circus
Strand
British Museum
Scheme of London Underground
London Underground
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