Westminster Abbey, originally built between 1045 and 1050 by King Edward the Confessor. It was partially demolished in 1245 by King Henry III, who began reconstruction. The new Westminster Abbey was not completed until Visited 1993
London - Trafalgar Square, formerly known as Charing Cross, commemorates victory over France, of "The Battle of Trafalgar" of the Napoleonic wars. At the center is Nelson's Column (Admiral Horatio Nelson) guarded by 4 lion statues.
Paris is just one of those iconic cities every girl has to visit.The culture, landmarks and experiences to be had in the City of Light and Love is where I want to holiday! Every girl's dream is to visit Paris. I am smitten with Paris and what it holds.
Majestic Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster. London a truly historic city and the capital of the United Kingdom. England swings with their bobbies on bicycles two by two. When in London try some good old Pie and Mash.
On to England! Big Ben - is the nickname of the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminister in London, England. Iconic and what England is most known for, so the Big Ben is a must see.
Victoria Tower (left) and The Buxton Memorial Fountain (right) stands in Victoria Gardens, just South of the Houses of Parliament. The fountain was constructed in 1834 to celebrate the emancipation of slaves in the British Colonies.