Buckingham Palace is the London home and managerial house office of the supreme ruler of the United Kingdom. The palace is situated in the City of Westminster, it is regularly at the focal point of state events and illustrious accommodation.
The Trafalgar Square is an open square in the City of Westminster that was constructed around the range and was previously known as Charing Cross.
The Westminster Abbey, officially known as the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, is an extensive, essentially Gothic convent church in the City of Westminster, just toward the west of the Palace of Westminster.
The big Ben is the moniker given to the Great Bell of the clock at the northern side of the Palace of Westminster in London, and frequently reached out to allude to the clock tower
Houses of Parliament, or the Palace of Westminster, is a symbol of Great Britain. It is the place on the banks of the River Thames, where Britain’s history is resolved. The present building, which is a famous landmark of London, was constructed to express the power and nobility, in Neo-Gothic style.