United Kingdom - tourist attractions (page 3)

markerA Carnaby Street Carnaby Street is a commercial street in the Soho in the district of Westminster, London.It is famous due the connection between underground music and mod culture in the 60's and nowadays is a tourist place with a lot of shops and fashion boutiques. Mary Quant, the designer who invented the short sk... Carnaby Street - photo
markerB Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square is a square in the city of Westminster, in London.  It commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar where British troops defeated the French and Spanish army in front of Cadiz.Trafalgar Square is one of the most central places of the city, just located next to Charing Cross, the origin of a... Trafalgar Square - photo
markerC Green Park The Green Park, located in the Westminister district between London's Hyde Park and St. James's Park, is one of the Royal Parks of London. It covers a green and wooded area of 19 hectares. Unlike other royal parks of London, it neither has a lake, nor any buildings. Inside the park, there are only t... Green Park - photo
markerD The Monument The Monument to the Great Fire of London, popularly known as The Monument, is a monument in London which commemorates the terrible fire that devastated the city in 1666, which is known as the Great Fire of London. The areas which suffered the most in the fire were the ones around Monument Street... The Monument - photo
markerE Banqueting House - Whitehall The Banqueting House (Whitehall) is a historic building in London and the only building that was not destroyed by the fire of the old Whitehall Palace in 1698. It is located in Whitehall Street, close to the Trafalgar Square. The name of the building refers to numerous banquets and parties which w... Banqueting House - Whitehall - photo
markerF Saint Martin in the Fields St. Martin in the Fields is an Anglican church located at the northwest corner of Trafalgar Square in the district of Westminster in London. The church, built by James Gibbs in 1721 on the remains of a different church that had been ravaged by the Great Fire of London in 1666, came in for  a lot o... Saint Martin in the Fields - photo
markerG London Bridge London Bridge is a bridge across the Thames River in London. It connects the London boroughs of the City and Southwark, serving as a link to different tourist attractions such as Southwark Cathedral on its south side and the The Monument to the Great Fire of London on its north side. This bridge ... London Bridge - photo
markerH Hampton Court Palace Hampton Court Palace is a palace located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, near the centre of the City. It is one of the two palaces owned by Henry VIII that have survived from the times of the controversial king (the other one is St. James's Palace, a former residence of the king)....  Hampton Court Palace - photo
markerI Tate Modern The Tate Modern or the British National Museum of Modern Art is a gallery of contemporary art which belongs to the Tate Group. It is located in the London Borough of Southwark.Since 2000 the museum has been operating in the former Bankside Power Station, the building of which was designed between 19... Tate Modern - photo
markerJ Lincoln's Inn - Royal Courts of Justice Lincoln's Inn is an area in the London Borough of Camden which is mainly a residential area which contains a number of buildings dating from the 15th century. The area houses Sir John Soane's Museum - a museum of architecture, the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, the Royal Courts of Justice, as ... Lincoln's Inn - Royal Courts of Justice - photo

United Kingdom - cities with tourist attractions

Greater London
City of London (126)
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Windsor (1)
North Yorkshire
York (1) Ripon (1)
Pembroke (1)
Crathie (1)
Glasgow (1)
Lincoln (1)
Canterbury (1)
West Sussex
Arundel (1)
Bath and North East Somerset
Bath (1)
Doe Lea (1)
North Ayrshire
Brodick (1)
Salisbury (1)

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