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Pass By: The Monument to the Great Fire of London, Monument St., London EC3R 8AH England
golden urn at the top which gives out a fiery glow in the sunshine. Take a closer look while I tell you more about it.
The golden urn at the top of the monument is at a height of 202 ft, which is the exact distance from the monument to the baker's shop in Pudding Lane where the fire started.
Pass By: London Bridge, London SE1 9DD England
The first incarnation of London Bridge was located back at the St Magnus Martyr Church. In 1831 a new London Bridge was constructed by John Rennie about 100 metres to the west.
Pass By: Southwark Cathedral, 1 London Bridge Montague Close, London SE1 9BA England
Inside Southwark Cathedral you will see beautiful architecture from the earliest Norman remains to the fine nineteenth century restoration of the Nave. There are also many splendid monuments, including a 20th Century stained glass window.
Pass By: Winchester Palace, Clink Street, London SE1 9DG England
The Bishops of Winchester were among the most powerful people in England in Medieval times. Bishop William Giffard built the original palace in 1109.
Pass By: Tate Modern, 53 Bankside, London SE1 9TG England
The Tate Modern art gallery, opened in a former Power Station in 2001. It is now one of London's most popular visitor attractions and entry is free. The original oil-fired Power Station was designed by the architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.