When I was enjoying the beauty of London, I started thinking about the quote from Confucius: It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.
The city of my dream, here to begin a new chapter of life.
Big Ben is definitely the point where tourists who come to the UK must play cards, no one! Every visitor has to come and see, but not every visitor can find the best angle of this shooting ~
here to avoid all tourists, probably only the photography team taking wedding photos will come and grab you Haha~
Traffic: When you search for coordinates, don't search big benSearch Westminster Bridge~ There is a passage entrance below the bridge pier, and the opposite side of the river is Big Ben! The door frame of the entrance can just help to give the picture more layering, which is a perfect shooting angle! none of them!
Address: Westminster Bridge
Big Ben is the big clock of the clock tower attached to the British Parliament Chamber, one of the world's most famous Gothic buildings, London's iconic building. In June 2012, the United Kingdom announced the renaming of the clock tower of London's famous landmark "Big Ben" to the "Elizabeth Tower". It is located on the banks of the River Thames in London, England. It is the largest clock in the UK. The clock is 7 meters in diameter and 4.27 meters in minute hands. Walking along the Big Ben to the other side of the river, sitting by the river, you will find that the scene in front of you is a picture of many spy films.
Big Ben is located to the north of London's Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster atop a 98-meter-tall clock tower. The clock face is brightly illuminated whenever the Houses of Parliament are in session. The giant clock represents England's classic culture. It is a landmark of the City of London and a source of pride for the people of England. Whenever London is used as the setting for a film, you can be absolutely certain to catch a glimpse of Big Ben. Although it is commonly known as Big Ben, the clock tower was renamed Elizabeth Tower in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.
By Subway: Take the Circle line, District line, or Jubilee Line and get off at Westminster Abbey station.
Big Ben, and the main parliament building is only open to the British. Foreign tourists may only observe the exterior of this massive structure. The area around Big Ben, and the Parliament is filled with street performers that require gratuity for photos, music and magic tricks. In August of 2017, the English started maintenance on the clock tower. During these repairs and maintenance the bell will not ring, it is scheduled to be completed in 2019.
Attractions Near Big Ben
Houses of Parliament
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