The Making of Harry Potter, Warner Bros Studio London

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London provides an amazing opportunity to explore the magic of the Harry Potter™ films. It is the most successful film series of all time. All Potter fans can see all the hard work from behind the scenes. This tour covers 2.5-hour Harry Potter walking tour in London. The prices – £21 for a child aged 5-15, £28 for an adult, £83 for a family of four are comparable to the likes of Alton Towers theme park.

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Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London

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Winter Wonderland is part Christmas market/holiday fair, part carnival, and part outdoor music festival. Winter Wonderland provided fun, laughter and excitement for both adults and children. As well as the stunning ice rink, Winter Wonderland has featured gentle rides for younger children in previous years.

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Kensington Palace – Home of George Alexander Louis

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Kate Middleton, Prince William new baby will grow up in residence in a private wing of Kensington Palace. Royal officials say Britain’s new prince has been named George Alexander Louis. Palace officials said Wednesday that the 2-day-old baby and third-in-line to the throne will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. Kensington Palace is a royal palace overlooking the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens. It has been a royal residence since the 17th century. Currently, the palace is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Other residents include Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Duke and Duchess of Kent and Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. Areas of Kensington Palace are open to the public. Visitors can walk through the King’s State Apartments, the Queen’s State Apartments and the Gardens. There are also exhibitions plus a shop and The Orangery cafe.

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Red telephone Boxes aka Street Art

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Artists and designers have re-designed the iconic red telephone box as part of BT Artbox. The open-air art exhibition involved 80 more telephone boxes exhibited all around London, from Heathrow to Stratford. Artists has used a full-size, fibre-glass replica of the original telephone kiosk, introduced in 1936.

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London Olympics 2012 – Cable Car over Thames

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Emirates Air Line is a gondola lift cable car link across the River Thames in London. From North Greenwich to the Royal Docks, opened on the 28 June 2012. One way ticket costs £3.60 on an Oyster card or £16 for 10 journeys. The Thames cable car operates from 7am-9pm Monday to Friday, 8am-9pm Saturday and 9am-9pm Sunday. Drive takes five minutes. The cable cars rise almost 300 feet. The cable car has the capacity to carry up to 2,500 people an hour in each direction, in one of 34 cabins. Passengers get a view of City, Canary Wharf, historic Greenwich, the Thames Barrier and the Olympic Park.

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When Was Big Ben Built?

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When most people heat the words “Big Ben” they immediately imagine the striking Victorian Gothic structure of the clock tower. Big Ben is a chiming clock, located at the north-eastern end of the Houses of Parliament, in Westminster, London.

- Big Ben was built to replace the Old Palace of Westminster destroyed by fire in October 1834
- The clock became operational on 7th September 1859
- Big Ben was designed by Charles Barry.
- The clock and its dials were designed by Augustus Pugin
- The total height of the tower is 316 feet
- The hour bell (Big Ben) is note E and weighs 13.5 tons
- The diameter of each of the four dials is 23 feet

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Petra Kvitova – New Tennis Star Is Born

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Petra Kvitova began the year ranked 34 in the world and ended it as second best wta tennis player. Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova won her first WTA Championships title on Sunday October 30, 2011, beating Victoria Azarenka. She is coached by David Kotyza and her fitness coach is Jozef Ivanko. She trains at same club as Tomas Berdych and Lucie Safarova.

Residence: Fulnek, Czech Republic
DOB: March 8, 1990
Birthplace: Bilovec, Czech Republic
Height: 6′ (1.82 m)
Weight: 154 lbs. (70 kg)
Plays: Left-handed (two-handed backhand)
Status: Pro (2006)

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Madame Tussauds – Wax Museum in London

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Madame Tussauds is the world’s oldest wax museum and it contains wax models of famous people. There are galleries such as Hollywood stars, World leaders, The Royal Family, Sports Stars, the Culture zone and the History of London. You will stay face-to-face with some of the your favourite and world’s most famous celebrities.

Address:
Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London NW1 5LR

Telephone:
0870 400 3000

Opening times:
Weekdays 9.30am-5.30pm, Weekends 9am-6pm

Tickets:
Adult £28.80
Child £24.60
Family £99.00

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Welcome to The Mysterious Stonehenge

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Stonehenge is a Neolithic and Bronze Age stone monument located on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England. The stonehenge as we see it nowadays was completed about 3500 years ago, but the first mention of it was recorded 3000 years BC. Stonehenge is owned by the government and managed by English Heritage. The structure has fascinated people for centuries, and there are many theories to what purpose it was built. Three separate cultures are believed to have built Stonehenge for both astrological and ceremonial purposes. it consists of 35 paces across and 162 stones. The circular stone structure stands in a 320 feet hinge. There were two types of stones used in this construction. The bluestones weights about four tons and the Sarsen stones about twenty-five tons.

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Facts About London Eye Ride

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The Eye stands a whopping 135 metres high on the South Bank between Waterloo and Westminster Bridges, right opposite Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and provides stunning views over central London and beyond. You can get fantastic views of most of London, especially the Houses of Parliament, follow St. James Park as it sweeps down to Buckingham Palace and the clock tower of Big Ben. Lot of people are scared of heights but it is reasonably ok on it. You feel secure. You will relax in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules. Standart ticket includes 30-40 minutes ride and new 4D Experience.

Opening times

January – March (daily 10.00am – 8.30pm)
April to June (daily 10.00am – 9.00pm)
July and August (daily 10.00am – 9.30pm)
September to December (daily 10.00am – 8.30pm)

Standard Ticket

Adults (16 Plus): £18.60
Child (4-15 years): £9.54
Senior: £15.00
Child (Under 4): FREE

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Wembley Stadium – Ultimate Place of Football

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London’s Wembley Stadium hosts England’s home matches, live music concerts and other sporting events. Wembley Stadium is a football stadium situated in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent in London. It was completely rebuilt and reopened in 2007 on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium. Construction spent about GBP £900 million. Full capacity of stadium is 90,000 for football or rugby matches, for concerts or other events about 115,000 (90,000 seated and 15,000 standing).

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Typical Symbols of England on the Street

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Double-decker buses are known as an icons of London. Traditional double-deckers are red in color. London Black Cab taxi have earned the reputation of the best taxi service in the world. Every driver is required test of knowledge of London which can take up to four years to learn. The post box and telephone box have a royal crown on them.The red telephone box was the result of a competition in 1924. The pillar boxes have been in use since 1852.

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