Presentation of a theme“Prominent places of England “ The student of a 9-B class executedThe school of TernyFesenko Zhanna
Plan The Palace of Westminster or the Houses of ParliamentBig BenWestminster AbbeyBuckinqham PalaceTower BridgeThe Tower of LondonSt. Paul”s CathedralBritish museumMadam Tussaud’s MuseumTrafalgar SquareHyde ParkStonehengeLock of Bodiam“City on ships”University of Liverpool
The British Parliament sits in the Building which is called the Palace of Westminster. It’s also called the Houses of Parliament because there are two Houses: the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
Big Ben On the Houses of Parlament one can see the famous Tower Clock Big Ben. The symbol of London . Big Ben is the real bell which strikes every quarter of an hour.
Westminster Abbey It’s one of the most famous sights in London, where kings, queens and many famous people are buried.
Buckingham Palace It’s the Queen’s official London residence.Tourists always go to see the ceremony of changing the Guard there.
Tower Bridge-is one of the main symbol of London and all Great Britain.This bridge is located, in the historical center of city not far away from London Tower located on the north of river Thames, and was named on the honor of it.
Tower of London It is one of the oldest building of the city.Many centuries ago it was a fortress, a royal palace and then a prison.Now it is a museum of arms
St. Paul”s Cathedral It is a biggest English Church.St. Paul Cathedral - the Anglican Cathedral named after an apostle Paul and is built in the highest point of London
British Museum is the largest and richest museum in the world. It was founded in 1753. In this museum in Egyptian Galleries contain human and mummies.
Madam Tussaud’s Museum is an exhibition of hundreds of life-size wax models of famous people of yesterday and today. The collection was started by Madam Tussaud,a French modelers in wax, in the 18 century.
Trafalgar Square is a central square of the city
Hyde Park is the most democratic park in the world, because many democratic meetings take place there.
Stonehenge Is a prehistoric monument, presumably build by Druids members of an order of priests in ancient Britain.
The last real lock is a lock of BodiamThis lock stands near the river Roter in Sassex
Liverpool, the “city of ships” It is second greatest port, after London.The most interesting sight in the Liverpool is the docks.
The University of Liverpool established in 1903 is famous for it’s School of Tropical Medicine.