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Main tourist spots worth visiting are :

C The Houses of Parliament
City/Region: London

Originally built for Edward the Confessor more than 1,000 years ago, the Houses of Parliament, or Palace of Westminster , remained the principal residence of Britain 's monarchs for the next 400 years. Thereafter it became the administrative center of the country. In 1834 the great fire burnt everything except Westminster Hall, and the present Gothic building was completed in the 1840s. It is perhaps most famous for the clock tower, St Stephens, which is commonly, but mistakenly called Big Ben, after the name of the bell inside. Although Parliament is closed to visitors during session, it is still a popular attraction to tourists for its exterior architecture.

Tate Modern
City/Region: London

Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, which has been transformed by Swiss Architects Herzog & de Meuron into a spectacular new modern building, the Tate Modern is Britain 's new National Museum of Modern Art. It showcases an exhaustive collection from 1900 to the present day, including works by Dalí, Picasso, Matisse, Rothko and Warhol, as well as exhibitions by contemporary artists. There is also a roof café, which affords spectacular views over London .
National Gallery
City/Region: London

The National Gallery has an imposing and regal façade stretching across the northern side of Trafalgar Square , and houses over 2,000 paintings from every major European school of painting from the 13th to the 19th century. It was opened in 1938 at its present location, which was chosen for its situation between London 's wealthier West End and poorer East End , as a 'gallery for all'.

British Museum
City/Region: London

With more than 6,000 historical objects from all around the globe, the British Museum houses one of the world's greatest collections of antiquities, including the Parthenon Frieze or Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone and the Roman Portland Vase dating from the 1st century AD. In 2000 the great court was reopened with an incredible glass roof covering two acres, and stairwells leading down to the Reading Room, which has been completely restored.


Other main attractions are :
London Eye
Shakespeare's Globe
Buckingham Palace and the Queen's Gallery
Camden Market
St Paul 's Cathedral
Piccadilly Circus
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