Four of London’s Most Famous Architectural Achievements

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Did you know that London, a city of 12 million, has an area of 607 square miles, according to WorldPopulationReview.com? That makes it one of the largest cities on the planet. Within that area, this historic city houses a huge variety of entertaining attractions, both old and new. A stroll down Great Russell Street and you arrive at the British Museum, a world-renowned science and history museum first opened in 1837. On the other hand, the city’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, located in Stratford, was only just completed in 2012.

Travelling through London, you’ll find that the whole city is an amalgam built of the past and present. Nowhere is this more evident than in London’s architecture. A blend of Roman, Medieval, Victorian, and 20th century styles have worked their way into the soul of London