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FAMOUS PLACES IN LONDON

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LONDON’ S SIGHTS
Presentation
LONDON EYE
London EyeThe British
Airways London Eye
The BA London Eye is a
major feature of London's
skyline. It is the world's
highest observation wheel
and offers passengers
spectacular views of over 55
of London's most famous
landmarks - all in just 30
minutes. Paris has the Eiffel
Tower, New York the Empire
State Building, and now
London has the British
Airways London Eye - an
extraordinary symbol for an
extraordinary city.
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
Today the British Government is made up of the
Monarch, the House of Lords and the House of
Commons, both houses meet at the Houses of
Parliament. The Houses of Parliament divide
principally into two debating Chambers. The House
of Commons comprises Members of Parliament
(MP's) who are the elected representatives of the
British people.
BIG BEN
Possibly the most famous clock face in the
world. The building is officially known as St
Stephen's Tower, but it is more commonly
referred to as Big Ben. "Big Ben" is actually the
name of the largest bell inside the clock tower,
which forms part of the Houses of Parliament.
THE TOWER OF LONDON
The Tower of London is one of the most famous
fortified buildings in the world. Its history begun in
1078 by William the Conqueror. The Tower has been
a palace, prison, treasury, arsenal and even a zoo!
Today the Tower houses the priceless Crown
Jewels.
BRITISH MUSEUM
The British Museum is the
oldest public museum in the
world and houses a huge
collection of objects. In more
than two hundred years, the
museum has built up a
collection of over six million
objects. Highlights include
the Elgin Marbles, Egyptian
mummies, Rosetta Stone
and the Mildenhall Treasure.
There are extensive
collections of Greek, Roman
and Egyptian antiquities,
plus coins, medals, prints
and drawings.
SCIENCE MUSEUM
The Science Museum is home to the world's most
comprehensive collections of science, technology,
industry and medicine. We can learn about space
flight or find out about steam locomotives and the
world's first aeroplanes. There are numerous
extraordinary objects on display: Charles Babbage's
calculating machine, Stephenson's Rocket and the
Apollo 10 command module that made the first
manned flight around the moon.
MADAME TUSSAUDS MUSEUM
Millions and millions of people have flocked through
the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first
opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as
popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for
this enduring success, but at the heart of it all is
good, old-fashioned curiosity.The museum-style
ropes and poles have gone so guests can truly get
up, close and personal with A-list celebrities,
sporting legends, political heavyweights and
historical icons, reliving the times, events and
moments that made the world talk about them….
ANSWER SOME QUESTIONS.
What is the oldest public museum in
the world?
What is the Big Ben?
What can we learn in Science Museum?
Is Julia Roberts in the Madame
Tussauds?
What is the London Eye?
THE END.
GOOD BYE.
Gabriella JuhГЎsz
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