10 Top Historic sites in London Tourist must see

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London is one of the most famous cities all over the world. You will going to find up many “top historic sites in London” that will simply going to make you forget blinking your eyes. All the historic sites in London are known out to be the hallmark of the iconic national treasures such as the nineteenth century Tower Bridge all along with the Jewel Tower. These sites/ places have been existing in London since the periods from Roman Britain to the Second World War and beyond. It has been for about 2,000 years that these sites have been named as one of the most popular Tourist Attractions in London. No doubt that in the past London has gone through many rise and fall of many empires, civilizations, kings and queens.

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10 Top Historic sites in London Tourist must see

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10 Top Historic sites in London Tourist

Now if you want to know about “historic sites in London” then just scroll down because here we are mentioning the list of top ten popular and leading known historic places in London.

Historic Site # 10 : Nelson’s Column

It is known out to be the monument in Trafalgar Square in central London. This site was all built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson who was died in the Battle of Trafalgar in the year 1805. It was constructed in between the year 1840 and 1843. It was build at a cost of £47,000. It was designed by Sir Edwin Landseer. It is almost 18 feet high. This whole sculptor is added with Musgrave Watson, William F Woodington, John Ternouth and John Edward Carew respectively.

Historic Site # 10 : Nelson’s Column

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Historic Site # 9 : The British Museum

British Museum is all dedicating for implicating out the London human history and culture. It is known out to be one of the largest and most comprehensive museums in the whole world. It was build up in the year 1753. It is all installed with the collections of physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. It was first opened to the public on 15 January in the year 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury. This museum has many branches all over the world as its first branch was opened in the place of British Museum (Natural History) in South Kensington in 1881.

Historic Site # 9 : The British Museum

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Historic Site # 8 : St. Paul’s Cathedral

This is one of the top leading and famous historic sites in London. It is basically defined as the Church of England cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and mother church of the Diocese of London. It is known out to be the highest point in the City of London. It was all designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century. It took place in the city after the Great Fire of London. It is named out to be one of the most famous and most recognizable sights of London.

Historic Site # 8 : St. Paul’s Cathedral

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Historic Site # 7 : Jewel Tower

It is named as one of the famous towers of London that has only two surviving sections of the medieval royal Palace of Westminster, the other being Westminster Hall. It was all built in the year 1365–1366. It is all defined as the house the private treasures of Edward III. This place is even known as “King’s Privy Wardrobe”. In the early 17th century it was used as the records office for the House of Lords. From the year 1869 until 1936 it was named as the house of Board’s Standards Department.

Historic Site # 7 : Jewel Tower

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Historic Site # 6 : The Tower of London

This place is known as the historic castle that is all located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. It is situated within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets that is all separated from the eastern edge of the square mile of the City of London by the open space known as Tower Hill. It was founded in the year 1066 as being the part of the Norman Conquest of England. It was built by William the Conqueror in the year 1078. It is the formation of complex of more than a few buildings that is all set within two concentric rings of defensive walls and a moat.

Historic Site # 6 : The Tower of London

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Historic Site # 5 : Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is named out to be one of the most “famous historic sites in London”. It is even known famously by the name of Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster. It is defined out to be the large mainly Gothic church that is all located in the City of Westminster, London. It is located just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It was build up in between 1540 and 1550.

Historic Site # 5 : Westminster Abbey

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Historic Site # 4 : Cabinet War Rooms

This site was build by William Churchill as this place was all used for planning the World War II and led his government. As you enter up inside this place you get the chance of taking yourself into the period of World War II.

Historic Site # 4 : Cabinet War Rooms

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Historic Site # 3 : Buckingham Palace

This place is known out to be the London residence and principal workplace of the monarchy of the United Kingdom. It is all located in the City of Westminster. It is defined out to be the center of state occasions and royal hospitality. This large townhouse was built in favor of the Duke of Buckingham in the year 1703. It is known as the private residence for Queen Charlotte. It is even known as “The Queen’s House”.

Historic Site # 3 : Buckingham Palace

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Historic Site # 2 : Banqueting House – Whitehall

This place is known out to be the banqueting house that is all surrounded by the pleasure gardens from the main residence. This place is richly decorated and it is all free from the bedrooms or kitchens. In the past it was the original Palace of Whitehall who was the King Charles I.

Historic Site # 2 : Banqueting House - Whitehall

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Historic Site # 1 : Temple Church

On the last of the “historic sites In London” we have temple Church! This place was built in 12th century. It is all located between Fleet Street and the River Thames. It was all built for and by the Knights Templar as their English headquarters. It is both used as the church as well as court. It is just eye catching because of its effigy tombs and round church.

Historic Site # 1 : Temple Church

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