I've juz got back from London. Staying there 2 days and discovered almost everything. I was amazed to find that London is even more beautiful than I had thought, despite all the crowded hordes of people, traffic jams, etc. What can I say? Well, a picture paints thousand words. Let them talk ^^
Buckingham Palace - Popularly known as "Buck House", has served as the monarch`s permanent London residence only since the accession of Victoria.
Westminster Abbey is famous throughout the world as one of the greatest churches in Christendom
St Paul's Cathedral - The weddings of the Prince and Princess of Wales, the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill and many other occasions have graced this spiritual centre. Unfortunately, when I arrived there, it's under renovation that makes its front site ugly!
This is the Cathedral viewed from Millenium Bridge
View from Millenium Bridge over River Thames
Golden Jubilee Bridge
London Eye - view from Golden Jubilee Bridge
Monument - Sir Christopher Wren`s spectacular column symbolising the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire of 1666
When darkness falled, some was nice , some was not :(
Tower Bridge - one of the most famous landmarks in London and just over a hundred years old, the Tower Bridge with its twin drawbridges, or bascules, each weighing about 1,000 tons have been raised more then half a million times since it was built
I spoiled the photo ^^
HMS Belfast - an 11,500-ton cruiser that opened the bombardment of the Normandy coast on D-Day
Can u see it? :(
Regent Street - Orchard Road of London?
Can't hardly see anything :(
The Houses of Parliament are the place where laws governing British life are debated and enacted. Begun in 1840 after a fire destroyed the previous building, the Gothic style was designed by Sir Charles Barry with aid from A.W. Pugin. It contains the bell Big Ben that is struck each quarter hour. A light in the clock tower tells when the House of Commons is in session. Its grandeur stunned me man!
I took the bus head to South-East of London to Greenwich, where prime meridian line lies ^^. And here it is, I was standing on that ^^
Greenwich Park - can see London from here
Cutty Sark - the world`s last surviving tea clipper
Again, more photos can be found in My photos . Have funs and merry Xmas!