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The idea of poppies dates back to the poem In Flanders Fields about the First World War, after which the British Legion was founded. Poppies are worn until Remembrance Day to remember the fallen of the First World War, and implicitly of all wars Stock Photo
Ancient lantern near Wakefield Tower of London Tower built in the early 13th century. Wakefield Tower was probably named after William de Wakefield, Kings Clerk and holder of the custody of the Exchanges in 1334.
The Cradle Tower was built by Edward III as a private watergate to his lodgings and was later used as a prison.
The four clock faces are 55 metres (180 ft) above ground. The interior volume of the tower is 4,650 cubic metres (164,200 cubic feet)
A clock tower was built at Westminster in 1288, with the fine-money of Ralph Hengham, Chief Justice of the Kings Bench Stock Photo
Clock Tower (Big Ben), House of Parlament and Westminster Bridge spanning the river Thames in the autumn day
Westminster Abbey is governed by the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, as established by Royal Charter of Queen Elizabeth I in 1560, which created it as the Collegiate Church of St Peter Westminster and a Royal Peculiar under the personal jurisdiction of t
In recognition of Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Parks outstanding contributions during the Second World War, a memorial statue was unveiled on the Fourth Plinth Trafalgar square on 4 November 2009. The statue, presented by the Sir Keith Park Memorial Cam
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