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London Bridge

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London Bridge is a bridge over the River Thames, connecting the City of London and Southwark. It is often confused with the more visually iconic Tower Bridge.
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August 24, 2019
A Tourist Attraction
September 24, 2019
News Years Eve Join in the celebrations. The most amazing fireworks display every year on the River Thames. It's possible to enjoy the show for free but you can book tickets in advance event. closer to the event.
September 25, 2019
Iconic Bridge that offers short tours up and through
June 30, 2019
Sights, Bars, Restaurants in the 2km radius of the flat
November 4, 2019
It is a beautiful bridge, the only one that opens and from there you can take a sight-filled walk west towards Westminster and see most of London's main sightseeing points and landmarks.

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“A floating musuem in the form of a retired World War II ship. 7 levels to explore and kids can go everywhere. The living quarters, naval guns, anti-aircraft weaponry, and Operations Room will fill 2 hours easily. This is a much better use of time than visiting the nearby Golden Hinde ship. (Small cafe open during peak hours.) ages: 6+ tube: London Bridge (5 minutes) or Tower Hill (10 minutes) open: 10:00 to 17:00 daily costs: Adults £15.30 online, £17 day of. Kids age 5-15 £7.65 online,£8.50 day of. Children under 5 free”
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“The unmissable Tower of London (actually a castle of 22 towers) offers a window into a gruesome and compelling history. A former royal residence, treasury, mint, armoury and zoo.”
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“The neighbourhood parish church where Shakespeare prayed while brother Edmund rang the bells. The Southwark Church dates back to 1207. Though the site has had a church for a t least a thousand years and inhabitants for 2000. ”
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History Museum
“The Clink was a prison in Southwark, England, which operated from the 12th century until 1780. The prison served the Liberty of the Clink, a local manor area owned by the Bishop of Winchester rather than by the reigning monarch. As the Liberty owner, the Bishop kept all revenues from the Clink Liberty, and could put people in prison for failing to make their payments. As the Bishop, he could also imprison heretics. The Clink prison was situated next to the Bishop's London-area residence of Winchester Palace. The Clink was possibly the oldest men's prison and probably the oldest women's prison in England.[”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Golden Hind was an English galleon best known for her privateering circumnavigation of the globe between 1577 and 1580, captained by Sir Francis Drake. She was originally known as Pelican, but was renamed by Drake mid-voyage in 1578, in honour of his patron, Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was a golden 'hind' (a female red deer). Hatton was one of the principal sponsors of Drake's world voyage. One full-sized, still sailable reconstruction containing original pieces of the galleon exists in London, on the south bank of the Thames.”
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