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Revisiting the most famous sights of London

Revisiting the most famous sights of London

London is a lovely city. There is always something new to discover and the familiar places are always pleasant to return to. 


This visit was only for a couple of days, like all my visits to what used to be the world’s most important city. I had decided not to award this particular visit a separate blog entry, but then I browsed my photo albums and rediscovered some really nice pictures.

We were returning home from a roundtrip of Ireland and Northern Ireland (one of my blogging projects still in the pipeline), and spent the days walking the streets of central London. We also went on a half-day excursion to the royal palace of Windsor.

Here are four large-size pictures. The rest is placed in the thumbnail gallery (and may be viewed in full size as well).



A zoomed-in view of Buckingham Palace from my favourite London park. St James’s Park




I love this picture: The Albert pub on the corner of Victoria Street and Buckingham Gate




The St. Paul’s Cathedral is huge




Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world


Further reading

This blog has articles from more London visits: 2006 and 2012. In addition three visited places in London have been included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Read the articles from Westminster, Tower of London and Maritime Greenwich.

The pictures from this London visit, click to expland:



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