Natural History Museum in London is one of the three major museums, located at Exhibition Road in South Kensington Big Ben clock tower in London, UK. The name originally referred to the bell of St. Stephen Tower, also known as The Clock Tower, belonging to the Palace of Westminster. Currently, the name Big Ben refers often to both bell and clock tower and the same. Tower Bridge bascule bridge in London over the River Thames near the Tower of London, from which it takes its name. One of the most famous landmarks in London, Buckingham Palace is the official residence of British monarchs and the largest in the world is still holding the royal palace to its original function. The official London residence of Queen. In the square before the palace since 1913 stands a statue of Queen Victoria. London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel observation wheel. Wheel has a height of 135 meters, and its full rotation takes about 40 minutes. At the wheel there are 32 air-conditioned passenger capsules. Linear velocity of these small cabins (about 0.9 km / h) allows for picking up and setting down passengers without stopping the wheel.