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The Most Beautiful Historic Buildings to Have a Look during Your World Cup Visit to London

The Most Beautiful Historic Buildings to Have a Look during Your World Cup Visit to London
The Most Beautiful Historic Buildings to Have a Look during Your World Cup Visit to London

London is not only a city with rich histories and cultures but it is also home to some of the most iconic and historical buildings. In London, history dates back to about 2000 years and these buildings provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to know about the different styles, cultures, and societies that was present in the same location for centuries.

Let’s discuss some of the most beautiful historic buildings in London that tourists can visit in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

  1. Broadcasting House

The Broadcasting House is located near Regent Street and it was designed in 1930 for communicating a bold new method of communication, that is the radio.

2. The Shard

This building located at the South London Skyline was opened in 2013. You can get a bird’s eye view of London from the 72nd floor of the building.

3. Liberty’s

This was built back in 1920 to be used as a department store in London and since then it has remained unchanged for about 100 years. It has creaking floorboards and bizarre fireplaces.

4. Soho Square Cottage

This building located in the middle of Soho Square can be closely associated with the buildings shown in the movies of Harry Potter. It is beautiful and more attractive for its oversized shade.

5. The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is standing tall at the South Kensington since 1881 and so far it is the best example in London about the beautiful Romanesque architecture, loved by the Victorian High Society.

The World Cup 2019 is the best opportunity for tourists to check out these historic building in London. You can not only enjoy the matches but also know about this history and traditions of London.

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