Cityrangerwalks Gallery

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Tulip Stairs, Queens House, Greenwich9 viewsThe Tulip stairs are the first of their type in England. They are not encased in a staircase but instead they are cantilevered from the wall
Harrods6 viewsHarrods probably the largest and best known of the London Department Stores
Queueing for the London Eye6 viewsQueue for the London Eye with the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben in the background
Former Royal Naval College Greenwich8 viewsRoyal Naval College viewed from five foot walk. The dome on the right is of the Painted Hall and the one on the left is that of the Chapel of St Peter and St Paul
The Great Hall, Queens House, Greenwich6 viewsThe Great Hall has an Elizabethan style gallery and a black and white marble floor laid by Nicholas Stone, Charles II stonemason
Segment of the London Eye6 viewsSome of the capsules of the London Eye. There are 32 in total and each one weighs ten tons.
Queens House, Greenwich6 viewsThis white house built by Inigo Jones is the first house in the Palladian style in England
Globe Theatre6 viewsReplica of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre complete with a thatched roof.
London Eye6 viewsThe 135 metre London Eye by Marks Barfield opened to the public in 2000
Interior of part of the Victoria and Albert Museum6 viewsThe massive building was built by Aston Webb and opened in 1909
Leadenhall Market8 viewsThe interior of Leadenhall Market one of the venues in the Harry Potter film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Albert Memorial glints in the sun.6 viewsThe Albert Memorial by Sir George Gilbert Scott
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