Places of interest of London
1. Places of interest of London.
Places of interest
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[æ] – travel, capital, gallery;
[ju:] - museum, new, beautiful;
[i:] – see, leader, meet, week
[a:] – park, far, car, partner
Buckingham Palace [ ˈbʌkɪŋəm ] Букингемский дворец
The Houses of Parliament |ˈpɑːləm(ə)nt| парламент
Big Ben – Биг Бэн
The Tower of London – Тауэр Лондона
Westminster Abbey [ ʹwes(t)͵mınstə ] Вестминстерское
Tower Bridge - Тауэрский мост
British Museum – Британский музей
London Eye – Лондонский глаз
The river Thames – река Темза
The Queen – Королева
the clock tower on the
eastern end of the Houses
of Parliament in London. It
is named after Sir
home of the Queen. It is used for
many official events and
receptions held by The Queen,
areas of Buckingham Palace are
opened to visitors. When the flag
is flying on the top she is at home.
Here you can see the tombs of many British
kings and queens. Westminster is a very old
and beautiful church. Coronation of kings
and queens takes place there.
centre of London. The square is famous
of Nelson’s Column. You can see lovely
fountains and historical monuments in
the square. Trafalgar Square is full of
contains a large and important
collection of ancient art,
writings, coins, drawings.
in London. It’s a pleasure to watch
Londoners walk and jog in the park,
eat their sandwiches, talk, sunbathe,
read books and enjoy music.
2.Trafalgar Square is
3. The British Museum is
4. Hyde Park is
5. Buckingham Palace is
6. Tower Bridge is
b. really a bell.
a. situated in the centre of London.
c. A famous building which contains a
large and important collection of
ancient art, writings, coins, drawings.
d. a place where ordinary people can
f. the official home of the British royal
family in London
e. one of the famous bridges across the
18. Big Ben
19. Buckingham Palace
20. Westminster Abbey
21. The Tower of London
22. Trafalgar Square
23. Tower Bridge
24. London Eye
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