City of London - Sir Christopher Wren

markerA Westminster Abbey Westminster Abbey, also known as the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, is a Gothic church, adjacent to the Palace of Westminster in London. Together with the nearby St Margaret's Church, the Palace and the Abbey are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The construction of the cur... Westminster Abbey - photo
markerB 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
markerC 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
markerD Kensington Palace - Kensington Gardens Kensington Palace is a royal residence situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London. The palace has been a house of the British Royal Family since the 17th century and till this day it houses several members of the Royal Family in the luxurious apartments. It was the official ... Kensington Palace - Kensington Gardens - photo
markerE Theatre Royal, Drury Lane The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, commonly known as Drury Lane, is a West End theatre in Covent Garden, in the London borough of Westminster. The building faces Catherine Street (earlier named Bridges or Brydges Street) and backs onto Drury Lane. The current building is the most recent in a line of fou... Theatre Royal, Drury Lane - photo
markerF Saint Paul's Cathedral Saint Paul's Cathedral is the Anglican church located in the centre of London in the district of the City, on top of Ludgate Hill. The cathedral was completely destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The reconstruction of the cathedral was supervised by Sir Christopher Wren and lasted since 1... Saint Paul's Cathedral - photo
markerG Royal Greenwich Observatory The Royal Observatory in Greenwich, is a building located in the district of Greenwich in London. Today, it houses a museum of astronomical and navigational tools, which belongs to the National Maritime Museum. The building was constructed in 1675 during the reign of Charles II of England and was us... Royal Greenwich Observatory - photo

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Name City of London
Region Greater London
Country United Kingdom (GB)
Population 7,556,900 inhabitants

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