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It's a city fit for a Queen. The capital city of England is filled with fascinating spots that speak to the region's rich history and cultural diversity. If ever you plan a trip to jolly old England, we recommend you check at least some of these locations out. In this video, 🤍 counts down our picks for the top 10 London landmarks. For this list, we've chosen places that carry historic and or cultural significance within the city of London. Special thanks to our user Drummingman for submitting the idea on our Suggestions Page at WatchMojo.com/suggest! Check out the voting page here, 🤍 If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at 🤍 :) Check us out at Twitter.com/WatchMojo and Facebook.com/WatchMojo We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out 🤍 for more info. Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍
Fun facts about the city of London for kids and preschoolers.#Londonlandmarks #forkids Here is an educational video that helps you learn in a fun way the amazing facts about the famous landmarks in London Buckingham palace Big Ben London Eye Tower of London River Thames Tower bridge and so much more Watch our other video on Exploring Europe and learn so much more. This video is designed for Early years/Foundation and Key stage 1 and also ideal for kids all ages. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more fun educational activities. 🤍 Check out our video on The countries in Europe. 🤍 Our Flag challenge video. 🤍
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St. Pancras Station, The Gherkin, St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Palace, The Shard - some of the most iconic buildings of London cityscape. Close your eyes for a moment and think of London skyline. Which buildings come to your mind first? Let’s have a quick tour around the most iconic buildings of London. Perhaps the most recognised building in London is The Palace of Westminster, or Houses of Parliament. This is one of the prime locations where every new visitor rushes to, when arriving at London for the first time. Today the oldest existing part of the Houses of Parliament is Westminster Hall. Built in 1097, in the period of King William II, It is the oldest ceremonial hall in Britain. The present gothic palace was built in 1854 by Charles Barry. It has over 1100 rooms and 100 staircases. The most famous part of the building is the Elizabeth Tower that houses Big Ben - the great bell that strikes every hour since 1859. Next stop - St. Pancras Station and Renaissance Hotel. This is one of the marvels of Victorian Gothic Architecture and one of the most elegant stations in the world. St. Pancras, built by the Midland Railway Company in 1868, was designed by George Gilbert Scott, William Henry Barlow and Rowland Mason Ordish. It was the jewel of British railway system and the main gateway to London in the 19th century. It was one of the first train stations that had an integrated hotel. Being a crossroad of both domestic and international rails, and knotting several Underground lines, St. Pancras still remains one of the main transport hubs of the United Kingdom. St. Paul’s Cathedral is an essential part of London’s skyline. The site's history dates all the way back to 604 AD, but the actual building we see today was built in the 17th century. It’s the masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren, one of the most famous architects of Britain. The dome of St Paul’s reaches a height of 111 meters. It was the tallest building in London up to 1962. But London is not just about Gothic architecture. Let’s have a look at a building that embodies the financial world of the city for over a decade. 30 St Mary Axe is better known by its nickname The Gherkin; it’s a 40-story building and is one of the most distinctive skyscrapers in the financial district of London. The building was designed by famed architect Norman Foster and was open to public in 2004. It’s covered uniformly with glass panels and is rounded off at the corners. It has a lens-like dome at the top, that serves as an observation deck. Today the Gherkin is primarily an office building, hosting the headquarters of many large companies. When talking about contemporary architecture, you can’t avoid one of the newest signature buildings of London - the Shard. The Shard is perhaps one of the most controversial architecture projects; Londoners either love it or hate it. Its cutting-edge design resembles a glass shard and changes colour depending on the weather and the seasons. The idea belonged to Irvine Sellar, the developer of the Shard. In 1998 he started the construction of what was supposed to be the tallest building in Europe. He commissioned architect Renzo Piano, who came up with the innovative pyramid design. The construction encountered numerous problems, including financial difficulties which significantly slowed down the process. However, in 2008 the State of Qatar decided to invest in the Shard and saved the project. The building was finally completed by 2012 and was officially opened by the Prime Minister of Qatar. #London #history #architecture
sightseeing in london - best tourist places to visit in london Big ben (london's attractions): Big Ben is the name given to the large bell on top of the Palace of Westminster Clock Tower. However, the English use this term more generally to designate the tower. This monument is one of the symbols of the British capital, and a must-see for tourists. The 96-meter-high clock tower was built between 1843 and 1859, and renamed "Elizabeth Tower" in 2012 in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrated her Diamond Jubilee. Westminster Abbey: Westminster Abbey is London's best-known religious monument. It is there that the kings and queens of England are buried, as well as certain personalities. This abbey was also the place of coronation of almost all the monarchs of the country. Its construction began in the 13th century, and lasted almost 300 years. Since 1985, the building has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a must see tourist spot for history lovers. The London Eye: The London Eye is a 135 meter high Ferris wheel located on the banks of the Thames. It was inaugurated to celebrate the year 2000, which also earned it the nickname "Millennium Wheel". If you want to see London from a different perspective, take a seat in one of the attraction's gondolas. With the district of Westminster and Big Ben nearby, the London Eye offers an exceptional panorama of the London capital. And to benefit from an illuminated landscape, the wheel is illuminated at night. Soho neighborhood: The district of Soho is the smallest of the British capital. Known for its social mix, it is home to London's Chinatown, a stone's throw from the main square of Trafalgar Square, and many gay establishments. Ideal for going out, the area is full of bars and nightclubs, as well as concert halls and cinemas. To enjoy a lively London night out, this popular area is the best option. Picadilly Circus: Picadilly Circus is a very touristic place, also popular with locals. This road junction has a square where is located a fountain with an angel of Christian charity. And above all, the originality of this place is the set of illuminated advertising signs that recall the famous Times Square in New York. The neighborhood is dynamic. It is home to Oxford Street, a long adjoining street known for its many shops. The shopping paradise ! The British Museum: If there was only one museum in London to be chosen, this would be this one. The British Museum is England’s most visited tourist site, with more than 6 million admissions per year. Open to the public since 1749, it is a veritable gold mine dedicated to the history and culture of man. Its collections are made up of more than 7 million objects from all continents. This museum is free for everyone, so not to be missed. Plan a day to visit the entire site. Buckingham Palace: What would England be without its royal family, a true symbol of the country? Buckingham Palace, home to British rulers, is a must-see when visiting London. Countless tourists flock to the palace daily for a chance to spot a member of the Royal Family and to witness the Changing of the Guard at 11:30 a.m. (daily from April to July, and every other day on rest of the year). Hyde Park: It is the largest park in London, covering an area of 140 hectares. Hyde Park is one of the 9 Royal Parks in the city. Take a breath of fresh air by walking or cycling the paths of the park, and enjoy a romantic boat ride on the Serpentine. You will meet swans, ducks and squirrels. And there you can find a Speaker's Corner, or "speaker's corner", a place where everyone is free to speak in front of the audience. Tower bridge: Tower Bridge is a 65 meter high and 250 meter long bridge crossing the Thames. Its architecture is special since this bridge consists of two large towers connected by two high pedestrian paths and by a platform that opens to let boats pass. If you want a good angle to take a picture of it, stand by the Thames, both during the day and at night when it's lit up. Camden Town: Camden Town is London's alternative and trendy district. During your visit to the capital, plan at least half a day to wander the alleys of this district. You will be able to observe street art and soak up the surrounding punk and gothic culture. This colorful underground district is also filled with markets where you will find all kinds of rock-style clothes, and where you can eat at low cost thanks to the great variety of food trucks. 🤍
10 Beautiful Places to Visit in London 4K 🏴 | What to do in London If you ever wanted to visit London and wondering what to do, whether its to visit the Tower of London or Knightsbridge or relax in St James Park, or even visit Kensington Palace. You might find some interesting tourist attractions to visit in London right here in this travel video listing 10 possible destinations. Good luck and enjoy ! London travel guide If you enjoy this video don’t forget to drop me a LIKE, COMMENT and hit that SUBSCRIBE button for the latest travel videos. And remember to ring that notification BELL to be updated whenever I release a new video. ➤ 12 Beautiful Places in Poland- 🤍 ➤ 25 Beautiful Places in Germany - 🤍 ➤ 25 Beautiful Places in Italy 🤍 ➤ HELPFUL LONDON VIDEOS: ➤ Where To Stay in London - 🤍 ➤ London Areas Guide (NEIGHBOURHOODS) 🤍 ➤ London Travel Guide - 🤍 ➤ FOLLOW ME! 🤍 ➤ Music by Juan Sánchez - For When It Rains - 🤍 ➤Music by Juan Sánchez - Peaceful Places - 🤍 ➤Music by Juan Sánchez - Now The Silence - 🤍 ➤ Music by Juan Sanchez - Human Rights) Artist: Juan Sánchez Artist’s Website: 🤍 ➤ Music by Juan Sánchez - Blue Nights - 🤍
Ten London landmarks. Ten seconds each. Can you identify the London landmark from the video clip? Find out in this video quiz, and play along with your friends and family too :) All maps are courtesy of Google Maps. ► MUSIC CREDIT and USAGE ✘ Title: Breaktime ✘ Music: Kevin MacLeod ✘ License: CC BY 3.0 (🤍 ✘ Download: 🤍 ISRC: USUAN1100302 © 2007 Kevin MacLeod Please do not use any footage from this video without my permission.
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Hello and welcome to my video on London landmarks. This guide will give you ideas about where to go in London. Best viewed in 1080p. Please check out my Blenheim Palace video for another iconic day out. 🤍 So much to choose from when you tour London. The London skyline is full of highly recognizable landmarks. Let me know in the comments of any places you would recommend if you did a London tour. Kind regards, Andy X #london #england
This is the Big Smoke, where reminders of the city’s long history can be found around every corner. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Must-See Attractions in London. For this list, we’ll be looking at some of the most iconic, popular and historically relevant attractions that everyone should visit when passing through London. #London #Attractions #Travel
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Top 10 Secret Attractions in London! Whether you're a tourist visiting London or even a local, looking to explore the city, this video will show you the hidden gems of London. I am not telling you to miss out on the typical London tourist attractions, but don't miss out on these amazing hidden gems! From someone living in London, these are my top 10 favourite secret attractions. //SOCIAL MEDIA: o Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/tourwithjoe //TOOLS & SERVICES: o Where to find my music: 🤍bensound.com o Where to find my pictures: 🤍pixabay.com o Images and Videos: 🤍canva.com o Additional music: 🤍epidemicsound.com //MY EQUIPMENT: o Sony ZV-1 Vlog Camera o Joby Goriila Tripod Please do like and subscribe to my channel! DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting my channel so I can continue to provide you with free content each week!
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Looking for the best things to do in London? Head to 🤍 - your official London city guide. For more information about the top 10 London attractions go to 🤍 Take a look at London from a fresh perspective as we take you on a tour of the city's most popular places to go based on the official attraction visitor numbers. From unique museums and stunning galleries to family-friendly attractions and world heritage sites, London has something to offer everyone. And many of these places are free to enter! Dinosaurs, historic ships, space rockets, cutting-edge fashion, you'll find it in one of London's top 10 attractions. And don't forget to get a bird's eye view and enjoy panoramic views of London's ever-changing skyline. It all awaits you here in London, England... Shot using cutting-edge filming techniques, including footage captured by an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV aka drone), see these iconic attractions like never before. Go to 🤍 - the official London city guide for everything you need to get started for your London holiday including ideas for London hotels, restaurants, things to do, places to go, upcoming events shopping and more. Subscribe to our channel here 👉 🤍 Visit London is your ultimate guide to London. From the best activities in the city to top restaurants, bars, and hotels, explore what's on in London today. 🇬🇧 #VisitLondon Follow us! Website: 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tik Tok - 🤍
On certain tube lines, you'll have seen the red, blue and white pattern on the moquette seats. You've probably been able to make out two or three of the London landmarks these patterns represent, but can you name all four? The fabric was designed by tiny London studio Wallace Sewell, who fought off stiff competition from over 200 other companies, before being picked by TfL in 2010. They also designed the Overground moquette. You can see more of their work on Instagram here: 🤍 You can download the Londonist moquette here: 🤍 Article on Londonist.com: 🤍
The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a race that has interested me for years. Being an entry or charity place entry only event, those that can get into this well known half marathon can enjoy a culture filled jog through the streets of London. I was lucky enough to secure a place via the ballot entry, so I headed up to London one bright and sunny April morning and decided to document my experience. My hope is that this video can serve as a decent point of view experience of what it’s like to run the London Landmarks Half Marathon. My time was slow for what I know I'm able to achieve as I was recovering from a pretty bad shin splint injury. Injuries aside, I was just grateful to take part and get running again. So, why exactly is it called the ‘landmarks’ half marathon? The capital of England boasts many rich and historic landmarks which runners can enjoy during the route including: - Trafalgar Square - Somerset House - The Shard - The London Eye - The Bank of England - The Royal Courts of Justice - Big Ben - UK Parliament - The ‘Walkie Talkie’ building - The ‘Cheese Grater’ Building - Tower Bridge - The Tower of London - The Gherkin - Monument There are tonnes of other landmarks which you can find throughout this video. Let me know in the comments which ones you spot and where you spot them! My Strava effort on the day - 🤍 Follow me on Strava, 'Craig Barden': 🤍 Follow me on Instagram - 🤍 Follow my running blog - 🤍 Equipment: Sports watch - 🤍 Camera - 🤍 Extension pole - 🤍 Outdoors Microphone - 🤍 Music from Epidemic Sound - 🤍
We both have been to London a great many times. So to spice it up a little bit we set ourselves a challenge of visiting as many tourist attractions as possible in one day. We took our bikes and quite literally went to town! Here is the list of all the times if you fancy doing it yourself: Buckingham palace Hyde park Graffiti tunnel 221b Bakerstreet Sherlock Holmes house St Paul’s Cathedral London eye Tower bridge Big Ben Oxford street Covent garden Best fish and chips in London (Fish central) Any Coffee Nero Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - Unesco Westminster Abbey - Unesco Tower of London - Unesco Maritime Greenwich - Unesco London’s natural history museum - Lonely planet V&A - Lonely planet Tate modern - Lonely planet Millenium Bridge British museum - Lonely planet Regents park Leaden-hall palace Platform 9 /3/4 Walkie talkie The shard The fake house (Cover of a subway line) Churchill war rooms Banksy designated Design area The mail rail King’s cross-ice well Hanks guitar shop Soho’s square cottage Growing underground farm London’s original coffee house Paddington bear statue Battersea Power Station World’s largest potted plant Signs of old Lombard street Out of Order phone booth Episode 28 | May 6, 2022 | London, UK Previous Video 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 #VisitLondon 🤍London
An Ultra Running Journey #8 DAYS UNTIL THE HALF MARATHON DES SABLES: 172 A great run around London this month, and a lovely atmosphere. Was very enjoyable. We are now about 6 months out from the Half marathon Des Sables. Next up...The 3 Forts Challenge in May. See you all then. #LLHM #London #Running
Kayo Chingonyi is a poet, writer, and performer. He was born in Zambia and moved to the UK at age six. In this film Kayo takes us through Wandsworth and Wimbledon, retracing his life in London. Having lived in different places and being able to shift perspective helps him as a writer, Kayo tells. This Film was made on a Chocolate Films Workshop with 6th form students at Ricards Lodge High School and Rutlish School, Wimbledon in partnership with Wimbledon Bookfest funded by the Wimbledon Foundation. 1000 LONDONERS This film is part of 1000 Londoners, a ten-year digital project which aims to create a digital portrait of a city through 1000 of the people who identify themselves with it. The profile contains a 3 minute film that gives an insight into the life of the Londoner, as well as their personal photos of London and some answers to crucial questions about their views on London life. Over the course of the project we aim to reveal as many facets of the capital as possible, seeing city life from 1000 points of view. 🤍1000londoners.com 🤍youtube.com/1000londoners 🤍facebook.com/1000londoners Twitter 🤍1000_Londoners Instagram 🤍1000_londoners 1000 Londoners is produced by South London based film production company and social enterprise, Chocolate Films. The filmmakers from Chocolate Films will be both producing the films and providing opportunities to young people and community groups to make their own short documentaries, which will contribute to the 1000 films. Visit 🤍chocolatefilms.com TRANSCRIPT I am Kayo Chingonyi. I am a poet, writer, and a performer. So, we are by the tennis courts in King George's Park in Wandsworth, and I spent a lot of time here as a kid. We used to live in Neville Gill Close, which is just behind the park here. I would spend maybe part of everyday here in the summer holidays, especially this was where I would hang out going to play football, run around, trying to find like frogs to befriend that kinda thing. So, this is kind of a really special and formative place. We came to live in Wandsworth after living in Newcastle. And before Newcastle, I was born and lived in Zambia for six years. Those were the first six years of my life. We are on Princes Way in Wimbledon, just kinda around the corner from the All England Club and down the road from here I used to go school at a place called John Paul II. This particular stretch of Prince's Way right here is very familiar to me, but I think the street has changed a lot, since I spent a lot of time here. The last time I would have been here for any period of time will have been maybe 15-20 years ago. And so, there are lots of new housing developments up in that direction. And all of the kind landmarks that I used to go by on my way home from school. Those have kind of changed apart from obviously The All England Club is still there and that kinda corner is still the same. And it's strange how quickly that can happen. I don't think of it as being that much time, but I guess it has been. In the right light, this window shows not this white flight satellite town, but southwest London from 17 floors up. The River Wandle, a coiled snake swallowed by The Thames. All that we left; friends crossing the road to the park in my absence. So, we are here at Battersea Arts Centre, where I used to come and do a poetry writing workshop here. It was organised by Spread the Word and Apples and Snakes and I would come here every two weeks and we would write poetry. And we also did some of our early performances downstairs in what is now the Scratch Bar. So, this is where I started in poetry. I think being brought up in a number of different places in the UK, I think that exposed me to lots of different people, different ways of life and so that's helpful to writing because I can shift perspective easily I guess. Artificial light, clubbers cross themselves in the name of wallet, keys and phone. And follow the sullen looks of doormen out into the night.
This video shows us walking around some of London's iconic landmarks mainly Piccadilly Circus, Chinatown, Trafalgar Square, Monument to the Great Fire of London, Tower Bridge, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament.
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Looking for your next landmark in life? London Landmarks Half Marathon 2023 delivers a vibrant and inspirational atmosphere to all those taking part, making it one of the most sought-after running events of the year! 🏃♂️🏃♀️🏅 The ballot may now be closed, but you can still run on behalf of RBLI if you were unsuccessful in receiving your place! The London Landmarks team have developed a new route for 2023, taking in the iconic Westminster Bridge and Charing Cross Road, as well as welcoming wheelchair entrants to the event! Join #TeamBrave in London’s only half marathon through Westminster and the city and run for Armed Forces veterans and their families! Sign up today! 🤍 #rbli #supportforveterans #LLHM2023 #LLHM
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