London


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Attractions organized by area:
  • Center:
    Trafalgar Square
    Leicester Square
    Cocteau's art at Church of Notre-Dame de France (Leicester Place just north of Leicester Square)
    +National Gallery (Trafalgar Square)
    St Martin-in-the-fields (1721)
    Piccadilly Circus with Alfred Gilbert's Eros Fountain
  • North center:
    ++British Museum
    St Pancras Renaissance Hotel (and grand staircase) at St Pancras Station
    Barlow's St Pancras Station (1868)
    Post Office Tower/ BT Tower at 60 Cleveland Street (south of Regents Park - Great Portland St tube)
  • South center:
    ++Houses of Parliament (1840)
    +Big Ben (Houses of Parliament)
    Banqueting House (Embankment tube)
    ++Westminster Abbey
    Westminster Cathedral (1903) with Eric Gill's sculpture "14 Stations of the Cross "
    Tate Gallery (south of Parliament)
    Farrell's MI6 or SIS building at Vauxhall Cross (near Tate Gallery - between Pimlico and Oval tubes)
    Buckingham Palace
    Waterloo Station (1993)
  • South London:
    Strata SE1 on Walworth Rd (Elephant & Castle tube)
  • West London:
    400 Oxford Street: Alfred Gilbert's clock on Selfridges
    Marble Arch
    Home House at 20 Portman Square of 1775 (Marble Arch and Bond St tubes)
    Hyde Park
    Royal Albert Hall
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Zaha Hadid's Serpentine Sackler Gallery (2013) in Kensington Gardens
  • Center east:
    Tower of London
    Tower Bridge
    Renzo Piano's 32 London Bridge Street,"Shard" (south of Tower of London - London Bridge tube)
    +St Paul's Cathedral (1675-1710)
    Millennium Bridge (south of St Paul, Blackfriars tube)
    Zaha Hadid's Architecture Foundation (Southwark Street and Great Guildford Street - London Bridge tube)
  • Financial District:
    Heron Tower at 110 Bishopsgate (Liverpool St tube)
    Kohn Pedersen Fox's 22-24 Bishopsgate "Pinnacle" (2014)
    Swiss Re (30 St Mary Axe & Camonile), now Gherkin Building (Aldgate tube)
    Moorhouse on London Wall & Moorgate (Moorgate tube)
    Lloyds Building between Leadenhall St and Lime St (between Monument and Aldgate tubes)
    Rafael Vinoly's 20 Fenchurch Street "Walkie-Talkie Tower" (Monument tube)
    Leadenhall Tower (between Bank and Aldgate tubes)
    Christ Church at Spitalfields on Commercial St (1729)
    Moorhouse (London Wall & Moorgate - Bank tube)
    Guildhall at 71 Basinghall St (London Wall & Moorgate - Bank tube)
    Bank of England (Threadneedle St - Bank tube)
    Royal Exchange (2 Change Alley - Bank tube)
  • East London:
    +National Maritime Museum
    Canary Wharf Tower (1991)
    City Hall
    Millennium Dome (1999)
    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: ArcelorMittal Orbit by Anish Kapoor (Britainís tallest sculpture)
  • Outside London
    North of London: Greensted-juxta-Ongar, near Chipping Ongar: oldest wooden church of Britain (1000)
    Southwest of London: +Hampton Court Palace
    West of London: Palm House in the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew

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