City of London - glass

markerA London Eye The EDF Energy London Eye, best known as London Eye is a tourist attraction of London. Also known as the Millennium Wheel this 'Ferris wheel' is located on the west side of Jubilee Gardens and between Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge, in the district of Lambeth.Built in 1999, the London Eye ... London Eye - photo
markerB Big Ben - Clock Tower The Clock Tower, known worldwide as Big Ben (unfortunately in a wrong way because Big Ben is the nickname of one of the bells inside the tower) is a  tower in Westminster Palace in London.The Clock Tower is located in a corner of the palace that houses the House of Lords and the House of Commons, al... Big Ben - Clock Tower - photo
markerC City Hall City Hall is a building located in the London Borough of Southwark, on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge. It was built to house the headquarters of the Greater London Authority, which includes the the Mayor of London and London Assembly. The building was designed by Norman Foster ... City Hall - photo
markerD BT Tower - Telecom Tower BT Tower, also known as British Telecom Tower or Telecom Tower, is a telecommunication tower located in the London Borough of Camden. The 191-metre tall tower is one of the tallest buildings in London. It was constructed at the beginning of the 60s by a group of architects supervised by Eric Bedford... BT Tower - Telecom Tower - photo
markerE Centre Point Centre Point is a skyscraper located in the centre of London. The building, designed by the architect Richard Seifert, was constructed between 1963 and 1966. It is 117 metres tall and has 34 stories. It is a rather slender building made of concrete and covered with glass façade. The skyscraper ... Centre Point - photo
markerF British Museum British Museum is a museum of human history and culture in the City of London. Its collection ranges from Egyptian civilizations to different pieces from the last centuries. It is essentially a museum of antique grouped according to the civilization which those pieces belonged.Its collection of Egyp... British Museum - photo
markerG 30 St Mary Axe 30 St Mary Axe is a scyscraper located in the main financial district of London, the City of London. Originally, it was home to the Swiss Reinsurance Company, which, however, in 2007 sold it to the German company IVG Immobilien. A few offices still belong to the Swiss group.The building, an emblem o... 30 St Mary Axe - photo
markerH The Shard London Bridge Shard London Bridge is a skyscraper located in the London Borough of Southwark that is still under construction. It is also known as "The Shard of Glass" because of its slender, spire-like form. When finished, the 310-metre tall tower will be the tallest building in Great Britain and in the Europe... The Shard London Bridge - photo
markerI Tower 42 Tower 42 is a skyscraper located in the centre of London. The construction of the building was commissioned by the National Westminster Bank which wanted to use it as its main headquarters. That is why the building is also called NatWest Tower. It is said that from a bird's eye view the tower looks ... Tower 42 - 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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