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Big Ben

One of the most famous landmarks in the world Big Ben has long been the symbol of London. The famous clock draws millions to it each year but what many might not know is that the tower is actually called St. Stephens tower, Big Ben reefers only to the giant bell who can be heard on the hour every hour. This is a special year for Big Ben as 2009 sees its 150th Birthday.

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The London Eye

The London Eye was built at the end of the 20th century to commemorate the millennium. The Eye has since gone onto find a place in the heart of the Nation and tourists, which might explain why between 2000 and 2008 an amazing 30 million people have take a trip around the wheel to see its unrivaled views of London.

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The Tower of London

The historic and ancient fortress and palace has a fascinating and often bloody history. The tower has seen some of the most fascinating pieces of British history played out with in its solid walls. Taking a tour of the tower with a friendly beef eater will bring the fascinating history back to life. The tower also play host to the Crown Jewels which are on display to the public.

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One of the most famous and ancient structures in the world, Stonehenge has amazed and mesmerized people for hundreds of thousands of years. The massive stone circle draws in thousand upon thousands of visitors from across the world, many of who are left in awe at the spectacle up close.

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Windsor Castle

The ancient castle has long been popular with those fascinated by the sheer size and scale of the castle. Although the castle is still an official residence of the Queen people can take a tour of the fantastic building and its sprawling grounds.

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Alton Towers

Alton Towers is regarded as the top theme park in Britain which attracts over 3 million visitors each year. The park has a reputation for none stop thrills thanks to its rides which range from fun water rides to ground breaking rollercoaster’s to entertain people of all ages.

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The picturesque city has so much to offer any tourist’s thinking of taking short breaks in Bath. The city most famous landmark is the ancient Roman Baths. Much of the baths and temple built 2,000 yeas ago can still be seen today. You can even bathe and drink from the same mineral spring waters as the Roman did thousands of years before. The city also blessed with a wealth of fantastic Georgian architecture.

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