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№ слайда 1 London London is the capital city of the United Kingdom It is the biggest city i
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London London is the capital city of the United Kingdom It is the biggest city in Britain. It has more than 7 million people.

№ слайда 2 CHAPTER 1: A GREAT CITY
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CHAPTER 1: A GREAT CITY

№ слайда 3 Roman London The Romans came to England in the year 43. Their ships came up the
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Roman London The Romans came to England in the year 43. Their ships came up the river Thames. They started a city on the banks of the river. They called it Londinium. It was a rich town. About 50,000 people lived in it. After the year 400, the Romans left Londinium and went back to Rome.

№ слайда 4 Other people from northern Europe invaded England: they were the Jutes, Angles a
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Other people from northern Europe invaded England: they were the Jutes, Angles and Saxons. They came from Germany, Holland and Denmark. In the 9th century, Danish ships came up the river Thames and destroyed many of Londinium’s buildings

№ слайда 5 William the Conqueror In 1066, England had a new King:William the Conqueror, fro
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William the Conqueror In 1066, England had a new King:William the Conqueror, from France. He built a castle. We know it today as the Tower of London. At that time, London was the biggest and most important city in England.

№ слайда 6 In 1509, Henry the 8th was the king and there were 50,000 people in London. In 1
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In 1509, Henry the 8th was the king and there were 50,000 people in London. In 1600, when Elizabeth the First was the Queen, there were 200,000 people in London.

№ слайда 7 In 1665 there was a big plague in London. Fleas in rats caused the plague. More
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In 1665 there was a big plague in London. Fleas in rats caused the plague. More than 100,000 people died during the Big Plague. In 1666, there was a big fire- The Great Fire of London. It started in a bakery. It lasted for 4 days and destroyed most of the buildings in London.

№ слайда 8 St Paul’s Cathedral After the fire, a new St Paul’s cathedral was built by Sir C
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St Paul’s Cathedral After the fire, a new St Paul’s cathedral was built by Sir Christpher Wren 1675- 1711

№ слайда 9 The 18th Century In the 18th Century, Britain was one of the most important coun
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The 18th Century In the 18th Century, Britain was one of the most important countries in the world and London was its most important city. Some Londoners were rich and they built some of the most beautiful houses. Many of them are still standing today. But, there were also many poor people in London.

№ слайда 10 Queen Victoria (1837- 1901) She was an important monarch At that time many railw
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Queen Victoria (1837- 1901) She was an important monarch At that time many railways were built. People could travel by train. In 1851 there was the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park. More than 6 million people came to the wonderful exhibits. In 1863, world first underground train began to run in London.

№ слайда 11 The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park (London, 1851)
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The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park (London, 1851)

№ слайда 12 20th Century During the Second World War (1939-1945), the German bombs destroyed
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20th Century During the Second World War (1939-1945), the German bombs destroyed many buildings in London, but they didn’t destroy St Paul’s Cathedral. Now, London has some of the world’s most exciting new buildings. Today people from all over the world live in London, where you can hear about 300 different languages. People love to visit London!!.

№ слайда 13 CHAPTER 2: ROYAL LONDON
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CHAPTER 2: ROYAL LONDON

№ слайда 14 Buckingham Palace It’s the Queen’s home and her office. About 300 people work he
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Buckingham Palace It’s the Queen’s home and her office. About 300 people work here. Heads of governments and royal visitors from around the world meet the Queen here. In August and September you can visit some of the rooms in the palace and some of the gardens.

№ слайда 15 The Changing of the guard At half-past eleven most mornings, the soldiers change
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The Changing of the guard At half-past eleven most mornings, the soldiers change the guard at Buckigham Palace. It takes about thirty minutes. Hundred of visitors come and watch it every day.

№ слайда 16 The Queen’s Gallery and the Royal Mews
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The Queen’s Gallery and the Royal Mews

№ слайда 17 The Queen’s Gallery is in Buckingham Palace Road. It exhibits works of art from
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The Queen’s Gallery is in Buckingham Palace Road. It exhibits works of art from the Royal Collection.

№ слайда 18 The Royal Mews It is the home of the Queen’s horses and coaches
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The Royal Mews It is the home of the Queen’s horses and coaches

№ слайда 19 Kensington Palace has been home to the royal family for over 300 years and was w
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Kensington Palace has been home to the royal family for over 300 years and was where Diana Princess of Wales resided. It is in Hyde Park.

№ слайда 20 Windsor Castle Windsor is a small town, half an hour by train from London. There
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Windsor Castle Windsor is a small town, half an hour by train from London. There, you can visit Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world, is one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen. She goes there at the weekends.

№ слайда 21 Hampton Court is located on the bank of the River Thames in southwest London.
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Hampton Court is located on the bank of the River Thames in southwest London.

№ слайда 22 The Royal Parades On the second Saturday in June, London celebrates the Queen’s
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The Royal Parades On the second Saturday in June, London celebrates the Queen’s birthday with a big parade: The Trooping of the Colour.

№ слайда 23 CHAPTER 3: The City and the Tower of London
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CHAPTER 3: The City and the Tower of London

№ слайда 24 The Lord Mayor’s Show The Lord Mayor's Show is one of the best known annual even
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The Lord Mayor’s Show The Lord Mayor's Show is one of the best known annual events in London, which dates back to 1535. The Lord Mayor is that of the City of London, the historic centre of London that is now the financial district. A new Lord Mayor is appointed every year and the public parade reflects that the Lord Mayor is the most important person in London after the Queen.

№ слайда 25 The city is the oldest part of London. It is now the home of the bank of England
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The city is the oldest part of London. It is now the home of the bank of England and many other big offices. Half a million business people work in the city; but few people live in the City. One of the most popular building is known as the gherkin.

№ слайда 26 The Tower of London It’s the oldest building in the city. In the past it was a p
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The Tower of London It’s the oldest building in the city. In the past it was a palace and a prison. It was built by William, the Conqueror, around 1078. It is made up of 11 towers. At the centre is the white tower. Some famous prisoners at the tower were Anne Boleyn, wife of Henry, the 8th. Elizabeth 1st was also a prisoner in the tower. Today you can visit the Tower. You can see the Crown Jewel and visit the Bloody Tower.

№ слайда 27 Tower Bridge It is more than 100 years old. When tall ships go up the river, the
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Tower Bridge It is more than 100 years old. When tall ships go up the river, the centre of the bridge opens

№ слайда 28 St Paul’s Cathedral is in the Centre of the City. Its dome is 110 metres high. T
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St Paul’s Cathedral is in the Centre of the City. Its dome is 110 metres high. The two bells in the tower are called Great Paul and Great Tom, which rings when a king or queen dies.

№ слайда 29 CHAPTER 4: Whitehall and the Westminster Whitehall is a long road, to the south
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CHAPTER 4: Whitehall and the Westminster Whitehall is a long road, to the south of Trafalgar Square. Most of the building in this road are government officies. The Prime Minister lives at 10, Dowing Street. There are always two soldiers on horses outside Horse Guard Parade.

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№ слайда 31 Westminster Abbey is London’s oldest and most famous church. English Kings and q
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Westminster Abbey is London’s oldest and most famous church. English Kings and queens always have their coronation here- from the time of William the Conqueror. Lots of important people, writers, scientists, queen and kings are buried here.

№ слайда 32 CHAPTER 5: By the river Thames You cannot see London without a visit to the rive
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CHAPTER 5: By the river Thames You cannot see London without a visit to the river: you can walk along the river, go across its many bridges, or go in boat to see London from the river.

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№ слайда 34 Canary Wharf opened in 1991. It has 3 towers; one of them is 240 metres high. Th
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Canary Wharf opened in 1991. It has 3 towers; one of them is 240 metres high. The tallest office building in Britain. There are shops, cinemas... You can take the DLR (Dockland Light Railway) to go there.

№ слайда 35 CHAPTER 6: Parks and Gardens Hyde Park was first opened in the 17th century. It
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CHAPTER 6: Parks and Gardens Hyde Park was first opened in the 17th century. It is a beautiful park. You can walk or sit under the trees. There is a lake in the centre, called the Serpentine. People come to the Speaker’s Corner to tell the world about politics, religions.... Some people come to listen.

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№ слайда 37 Regent’s Park is the home of the London Zoo. It opened in 1828. There is also a
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Regent’s Park is the home of the London Zoo. It opened in 1828. There is also a theatre in the park. On summer’s evenings you can watch plays by Shakespeare.

№ слайда 38 CHAPTER 7. More museums and galleries. The British Museum is the biggest museum
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CHAPTER 7. More museums and galleries. The British Museum is the biggest museum in Britain and the oldest museum in the world (1759). You can learn about Greece, Rome, Egypt or Asian Cultures.

№ слайда 39 The Natural History Museum. You can learn about animals and plants. There is an
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The Natural History Museum. You can learn about animals and plants. There is an interesting exhibition about dinosaurs.

№ слайда 40 Some small museums The Dickens House Museum. The writer Charles Dickens lived in
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Some small museums The Dickens House Museum. The writer Charles Dickens lived in this house.

№ слайда 41 The National Gallery is in Trafalgar Square. A big art gallery with pictures fro
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The National Gallery is in Trafalgar Square. A big art gallery with pictures from the 13th to the 20th century.

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№ слайда 43 Thank you. I hope you enjoyed it!!! Are you ready now to answer the questions ab
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Thank you. I hope you enjoyed it!!! Are you ready now to answer the questions about London?

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