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Vinopolis :: London, England

September 27, 2011 by  
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London may not be known for its vineyards, but it is certainly home to its fair share of wine connoisseurs. And since 1999, they’ve been converging on London’s Thames-side wine extravaganza knows as Vinopolis. Devoted to all things wine, Vinopolis showcases the history of wine and hosts spectacular wine-tasting events. Read more

Battersea Park :: London, England

August 16, 2010 by  
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No London Park will amaze you as much as this one. Battersea Park is located just a couple of miles south of Marble Arch. With a rich collection of wildlife and a beautiful lake, the park offers you a lot more than just walking your dog or playing soccer. The place is full of surprises and the varieties of animals, birds, trees, and sceneries you get to see here is absolutely amazing. Read more

Buckingham Palace :: London, England

August 15, 2010 by  
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Buckingham Palace is a part of the legacy carried from Britain’s Kings and Queens who built this official Royal Residence to be held in trust for future generations. It was intended to be a home for the members of the Royal family, working buildings of the official royal staff, entertaining official guests, and also for hosting formal events and ceremonies. Since 1837, the Buckingham Palace has remained one of the most famous icons of Britain and today it serves to be the central administrative headquarters of the country. Read more

Tower of London :: London, England

March 18, 2010 by  
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Sitting on the north bank of the River Thames is a historic fortress that is one of the United Kingdom’s most well known monuments, the Tower of London. Originally a square fortress built in 1078 by William the conqueror, the tower has been expanded upon through the years and is currently the oldest building in use by the British government. The main function of the tower was to provide a fortress, royal palace and prison for high status prisoners. Since 1303, after being stolen from Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London has been home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. The Crown Jewels are currently held under armed guard in the Jewel House at the Tower and are the greatest working collection in the world. Be sure to Read more

London Dungeon :: London, England

August 8, 2009 by  
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Lying right across the London Bridge Rail Station, the London Dungeon is perhaps one of the rarest adventures you can embark on during your visit to London. This place will reveal to you some of the long hidden secrets of the ancient ages. Come and experience this horrendous tale of various tortures from the Medieval Ages – things you might have never even heard about! Read more

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