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Attractions in London

 Is the capital of the United Kingdom, and the largest cities in terms of area as well as in terms of population and population density.
The city of London is located in the United Kingdom in the south-east and is located on the north-western side of Europe.
The city of London is one of the most important and famous tourist destinations in the world. It is a destination for many tourists from all over the world due to the abundance of beautiful natural places and its unique tourist attractions, which consist of ancient ruins, palaces, museums, towers and beautiful squares.
It is the longest river in England and the second longest river in the UK, with a length of about 346 km. The river is one of the most important natural attractions in London. The River Thames is navigable. It is used in water transport by boats and ships. Some tourists visiting London tour the river, and there are many sporting and recreational activities in the river each year: such as boating and kayaking.

The most important tourist places in London: -
The Buckingham House is officially called Buckingham House.
The palace is the residence of the royal family in Britain. The palace is one of the most important tourist attractions in London, where thousands of tourists visit annually.
The British Museum :-
 The museum is the largest museum in the United Kingdom and one of the oldest museums in the world. It was founded in 1753 and has more than six million visitors annually.
Big Ben clock :-
It is one of London's most famous sights; its foot and attractiveness are more than a century and a half old; they were created and opened in 1858. The Big Ben is located next to the Westminster Palace.

This palace is called another name (Houses of Parliament): -
 The history of the Westminster Palace dates back to the 19th century, and is an antique masterpiece.
The palace is the seat of the British House of Lords and the British House of Commons. These two houses form the British House of Representatives.
There are also a number of places to see London from high altitude such as the eye of London:
The London Eye
 or London Wheel is a major feature of the city skyline. It is the highest wheel in the world, with 32 "capsules" each weighing 10 tons and can accommodate 25 people.

National Antiques: -
The National Museum of London is crowned by Trafalgar Square or Trafalgar Square, a large expanse of Western European paintings dating from the 13th to the 19th centuries.

The British Museum :-
This famous museum displays the works of human beings from prehistoric times to modern times, the most important of which are: Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures and mummies in the ancient group of Egypt. Admission to this museum is free.
Science Museum: -
It has the most important scientific developments in the last 300 years, by visiting this free museum, and has some offers to enter by booking tickets.
Madame Tussauds Museum: -
At the Madame Tussauds Museum, the world's most famous personalities, from Shakespeare to Lady Gaga, have a mixture of the worlds of entertainment, sport, politics and even the royal family.