London is one of the oldest and most prestigious cities in the world. Dating back to Ancient Roman times, the City of London has been around for millennia. Being around for a long time means there is a lot of history! Many of the most iconic historic London landmarks have been around for hundreds of years. For example, the White Tower of the Tower of London was built in 1066 by William the Conqueror, following his victory at the Battle of Hastings. William was Duke of Normandy in France at the time and decided to conquer England by defeating the Anglo-Saxon King Harold.
The Grenadier is a pub in Belgravia and was originally establish in 1720 and was kept exclusively for the use by the senior infantry of the British Army. Open to the public since 1818 mainly popular for serving ales and food.
The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall and world’s most famous stages opened in 1871 by Queen Victoria in memory of her beloved husband.
Kensington Palace is a royal house situated in Kensington beautiful gardens in London and currently showing an exhibition on style and fashion of one of it's most remarkable residents with the ultimate dress collection of Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Diana Memorial Fountain was opened on 6th July 2004 by the Queen. This highly exceptional memorial was dedicated to Diana, princess of Wales. Situated in Hyde Park, the fountain made from granite and forming a cascading feature of bubbling and swirling water and can be best enjoyed in the summer months.
Inspired by the beautiful Kensington Gardens, J.M Barrie created the much loved Peter Pan. The bronze statue stands about 14ft high and located in the Kensington Garden which creates a beautiful sight for both big and little children alike.
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