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The 10 most famous sights of the United Kingdom (Part 2)

Here comes the second part… Have fun reading!

  • Westminster Abbey

In this church in London, in the Westminster district, the kings and queens are traditionally crowned and also the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took place here in 2011. Furthermore, it is the tomb of most of the English kings.

There is much more to discover about Westminster Abbey, so a visit is well worth it!

More information: Westminster Abbey

  • Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is a royal palace in the British county of Berkshire. It can easily be visited from London, ideal if you want a change from London. The Queen also resides here. If you want to know more about Windsor Castle and its prices, you can look here: Windsor Castle.

  • The British Museum

First of all: This museum is not only for culture lovers. It shows more than 2 million years of human history and culture not only from Great Britain, but also from Africa, Asia, Europe, America and antiquity. And best of all, admission to the permanent exhibitions is free. So what are you waiting for?

More info: The British Museum

  • Stonehenge

For some it may not be special, whereas for others it is even more so: Stonehenge. The stone circle is still an unsolved mystery today: What is the meaning of this and how did the stones get where they are today? Because at the time of the creation of “Stonehenge” there were no means of transport like today.

In any case, it is said that there is a mystical atmosphere there. So why not let yourself be enchanted?

More info:Stonehenge

  • St Paul’s Cathedral

The state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill took place in this cathedral and also Prince William and Princess Diana married here once. You can visit the “St Pauls Cathedral” from top to bottom. In the truest sense of the word, because from the top of the cathedral to the very bottom, to the crypt, there is much to discover.

More info: St Paul’s Cathedral

These were “The 10 most famous sights of the United Kingdom”.

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