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London Tower Bridge, London, EnglandLondon Tower BridgeLondon, EnglandThe a Tower Bridge - often confused with the a London bridge. In fact there's a rumour that American industrialist Robert P McCulloch thought be...The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandLondon's British Museum is one of the best curated museums world-over. #architectureBig Ben, London, EnglandBig BenLondon, EnglandOne of London's most famous icons stretches up to the sky in all her glory! A trip to #London is incomplete without a visit to this clock tower....Clovelly, EnglandClovellyEnglandThe ancient town of Clovelly is now a major tourist attraction in Devon, England. It was traditionally a fishing village, and has been associated...Countisbury, EnglandCountisburyEnglandA39 coast road I would definitely recommend it. It follows a beautiful coast across Exmoor National Park and is an easy road to drive. There are...Countisbury, EnglandCountisburyEnglandBeautiful sunset along the coast of EnglandTrafalgar Square, London, EnglandTrafalgar SquareLondon, EnglandBid Blue Rooster, England, Something to see.Trafalgar Square, London, EnglandTrafalgar SquareLondon, EnglandI have always loved being in London England.Bath, EnglandBathEnglandChurch in Bath,EnglandBath, EnglandBathEnglandA lovely town, with lots of shops and history.Big Ben, London, EnglandBig BenLondon, EnglandAlways stop by here when in London, But boy it sure is crowded in this area.The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandThis is a great place to visit. Take the tour, a lot of history. Kinda cool to see how advanced the plumbing was way back when.Big Ben, London, EnglandBig BenLondon, EnglandLondon, just one of my favorite places.The Fourth Plinth, London, EnglandThe Fourth PlinthLondon, EnglandArtwork for the Fourth Plinth in London's Trafalgar Square, a bright blue cockerel symbolising regeneration and strength, was unveiled earlier this...Lynton, EnglandLyntonEnglandThe cliff railway from Lynton to Lynmouth is propelled by water and was first opened in 1890
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