Flowers, people, and the red double-decker bus add color to the area around St. Paul’s Cathedral in London
With it’s world famous dome, St. Paul’s Cathedral is an iconic part of London’s skyline. After being destroyed four times throughout history, the current cathedral – designed by Christopher Wren – has lived through three centuries, and its dome is the second largest in the world at 366 feet high.
One of the most recognized buildings in the world, the Palace of Westminster in London owes its stunning Gothic architecture to the 19th-century architect Sir Charles Barry. The design and layout of the building were carefully designed to serve the needs and workings of Parliament.
Iconic landmarks of London are getting a face lift. Westminster Palace (that has the Houses of Parliament) and Big Ben undergoing renovations.
The ubiquitous red double-decker bus adds color to the traditional buildings in England. Parks everywhere make nice resting places too!
Dramatic clouds add to the scene of River Thames viewed from Tower Bridge
The traditional architecture of Tower of London in the foreground blends in with the modern skyline of London