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The United Kingdom includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Oxford Street is found in the western part of Britain. It's the busiest street in England with more than 300 department stores crowding the streets. Leading brands set stores in Selfridges--the historical department store that will make you feel comfortable and provide you with almost anything you need. Photo by...
Tower Bridge, opened in 1894, it has turned into one of the most famous in the world. Since the second half of the 19th century, a fresh crossing was built by commercial developers in the capital's East End: journey throug the river used to be delayed for hours. A...
Buckingham Palace was a home to the royal family constructed by the Duke of Buckingham for his beloved wife. It was George IV who later began transforming it. Photo by nikoretro Who resides in Buckingham Palace now? Buckingham Palace isn't just the royal residence for Her Majesty, The Queen and...
London's Tate Modern art gallery must qualify as the most popular art gallery in the world with visitor of estimated at 4.7 million per annum. Tate Modern is just one in a household of four galleries across the united kingdom. It's placed in the magnificent and massive building which...
The West End of London is acclaimed for its award-winning theater productions along with an assortment of musicals and shows. Seeing a 'West End Show' is a popular pastime for tourists and locals alike, with regular performances from the world-renowned names like Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats, The Phantom of...
London's National Gallery includes a labyrinth interior so big that it takes a map to browse it. The museum features paintings such as Italian Renaissance and Masterpieces. It also features works from the Western European tradition in the 13th to 19th centuries. There are about 2,300 amazing pieces. The...
The London Eye is Europe's tallest Ferris wheel; a masterpiece and at the peak of engineering, it is now the attraction that represents the founding of a worldwide icon. There are 32 glass capsules (pods) rotating at approximately 30 minutes, it offers you the best and an ever-changing view of...
St. Paul's Cathedral has witnessed the rise and fall of Venice history. The church was erected by King Ethelbert of Kent who was then Bishop of London, now it has five churches in the area and the church's construction dates back to 604 AD. The cathedral has endured several untoward...