Canterbury

Norman Castle dated back to 1066.

Canterbury Tale Show        Christ Church Gate       

Canterbury Cathedral, built in 1077.

Black Prince's Tomb (Kind Edward III who died in 1376)

                                                            Ruins of St Augustine's Abbey          West Gate Museum (1381)

London

Hyde Park

Kensington Palace

The Royal Albert Hall

                                                      Burlington Arcade (Shops)            St. James's Park       

Buckingham Palace with the charging of guards

Westminister Abbey is the royal cemetry since 13th century as well as the coronation site.

 

Houses of Parliament with the infamous 14-tonne bell Big Ben, hung in 1858

King Cross Train Station                HMS Belfast and the Tower Bridge

Tower of London was built first as a wooden fortress by William the Conqueror in 1066.

The While Tower (90ft high) was finished in 1097.Traitor's Gate

Beefeaters/Yeoman Warders guard the Tower

St. Paul's Cathedral (burned and re-built in 1666)

British Museum

Windsor Castle (built in 1070) is the primary residence of Queen Elizabeth II and her family.  The Round Tower was the first built in wood by

William the Conqueror in 1070.  In 1170, it was rebuilt in stone by Henry II.

St. George Chapel was built between 1475 and 1528.