London As I See It Essay

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London as I see itLondon is one of the greatest cities that is usually at the top of any visitor's list. Located in the heart of southern England and standing on the river Thames, London has been a major settlement for two millennia, its history going back to its founding by the Romans, who named it Londinium. London is full of echoes of rich history but at the same time is one of the fast-moving cities of future.Some of many special things that make London unique are famous red double-deckers, telephone cabins, old-fashioned black cabs and amazing Big Ben which are recognized all over the world. There is much in London that fascinates visitors and inspires the affection of Londoners: the splendor ...view middle of the document...

The Houses of Parliament constitute perhaps the most popular and widely spread image of London. One of the oldest architectural masterpiece, designed in Gothic style, the Seat of the Government is open to the public.The West End is considered to be the most delightful and beautiful part of London. Here are the historical palaces as well as the famous parks. Few visitors can fail to be charmed by London's Palaces which are rich in pageantry, pomp and tradition. One particularly marvels at the variety of surprisingly large expanses of greenery in the capital but still Hyde Park with its Speaker's Corner, Kensington Gardens, St.James's Park are right here. The best-known streets here are Whitehall with important Government offices. Downing Street, the London residence of Prime Minister and the place where the Cabinet meets, Fleet Street where most newspapers have their offices, Harley Street where the highest paid doctors live, and some others.London can be associated with wealth, luxury, and goods of high quality. The best hotels, shops, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, clubs, concert halls, many museums including the British Museum, and the best art galleries are situated there. You can spend days just shopping in London, whether in the tiara triangle around Harrods or in the markets of Portobello Road, Camden and Greenwich. The music and clubbing are second to none with regular opportunities to catch brilliant theatre companies, exhibitions and opera.No doubt, London is a thrilling place and is worth a look. If there's a chance one can hardly deprive himself of such an opportunity to feel the unique aura of excitement and success of London.

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