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“ Looking down on London we see at our feet the richest and the “ Looking down on London we see at our feet the richest and the most beautiful city in the world, a city as great as Moscow, and as magical as Rome”

The capital of Great Britain. § About 11 million people; § 46 km from The capital of Great Britain. § About 11 million people; § 46 km from N to S, 58 km from E to W. § The City, The West End, the East End, Westminster. • Population; • Territory; • The parts of London.

The City. The City.

Westminster. Westminster.

The West End. The West End.

The East End. The East End.

London’s image is partly defined by its past, as its major buildings and institutions London’s image is partly defined by its past, as its major buildings and institutions represent 2000 years of community history. ”

¯ What was the first name of London? Llyn-din. ¯ How did the Romans ¯ What was the first name of London? Llyn-din. ¯ How did the Romans call London? Londinium ¯ What was the name of bridge that was The London very strange? Bridge ¯ Who built the Tower William the of London? Conqueror

The Great Fire of London. ¯ 2 September 1666 ¯King’s baker house ¯ 4 The Great Fire of London. ¯ 2 September 1666 ¯King’s baker house ¯ 4 days ¯ destroyed a lot of houses.

The Tower of London. When? Who? What? Why? The Tower of London. When? Who? What? Why?

St. Paul’s Cathedral. St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Complete the sentences. § 1. St. Paul’s Cathedral was first built in the ______. Complete the sentences. § 1. St. Paul’s Cathedral was first built in the ______. § 2. The original building was burnt down in _____. § 3. It was burnt down ______ times for its history. § 4. Sir Christopher Wren began to build the cathedral in _______. § 5. It took him _______ years. 35 1087 7 th century 3 1668

The British Museum. § § § is located in ……. . was founded in The British Museum. § § § is located in ……. . was founded in 1753……. It shows works of art…… The museum library is ……. . Its Reading Hall………. .

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Read this articleand find words that don’t belong to the sentences. For example : Read this articleand find words that don’t belong to the sentences. For example : ’’ Green tired Park was bought by Charles II in 1667 ’’.

Londoners enjoy when their parks and gardens. Royal parks a are all around London. Londoners enjoy when their parks and gardens. Royal parks a are all around London. St. James’s Park is man one of the most beautiful parks. You can is see pelican and ducks there. Green tired park was bought by Charles II in 1667. Soon it of become very popular among Londoners. It’s called green as there are no flowers there, only trees and grass. Regent’s Park was London opened to the public in 1838. London Zoo is situated here. Hyde Park he is the largest and the most popular of the London is parks. It was a royal hunting ground. Hyde Park is famous for its Speaker’s Corner where orators of all types declare their various opinions. Here you tired can take a ride on horseback. The horse-rides usually end in Hyde Park Corner near Marble Arch of. Marble Arch life was built to commemorate Lord Wellington’s victory over Napoleon in the battle of Waterloo. Londoners enjoy their parks and they are very proud of them.

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life!” ( Dr. “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life!” ( Dr. Johnson)

The Parks of London. St. James Green park. Park Hyde Park Regent’s Park Pelicans The Parks of London. St. James Green park. Park Hyde Park Regent’s Park Pelicans , Trees, ducks grass. Royal London hunting Zoo ground, Speaker’s Corner

Oh, London is a fine town, A very famous city, Where all the streets Oh, London is a fine town, A very famous city, Where all the streets are paved with gold, And all the maidens pretty. George Colman

“ Looking down on London we see at our feet the richest and the “ Looking down on London we see at our feet the richest and the most beautiful city in the world, a city as great as Moscow, and as magical as Rome”

“It is not the walls that make the city, but the people who live “It is not the walls that make the city, but the people who live within them. The walls of London may be battered, but the spirit of the Londoner stands resolute and undismayed. ” George VI