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Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square embraces the past and the present of the city in a single sweep, forming the vibrant core of Westminster. The public square hosts a lively milieu of events throughout the year and features the magnificent National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery along its hem. Trafalgar Square was named thus to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar of 1805, an event that marks the fall of the French naval fleet, securing Britain from invasion. A column with a statue of Admiral Horatio Nelson at the summit is the centerpiece of the square, honoring the man responsible for this momentous victory. At the base of the column is the renowned Landseer Lions, flanked by babbling fountains. Renovations in 2003 removed traffic lanes to make room for a sizable staircase, connecting the National Portrait Gallery to the square. A beating heart of the neighborhood, Trafalgar Square is forever bustling with tourists making their way to the galleries and locals passing through.

London Bridge

Straddling the River Thames, the current incarnation of the London Bridge is a modernist, staid structure that connects the City and district of Southwark on the other side. In this area, called the Pool of London (the tideway), the Romans first built a structure to span the mighty Thames and subsequently a bridge has survived in some form or another ever since, with periods of decay and reconstruction notwithstanding. During the 1960s, Robert McCulloch, founder of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, purchased the sinking bridge and re-assembled it in the idyllic waters of Lake Havasu, Arizona. However, since then, another one has popped up in its place, and today thousands of locals and tourists travel across this steel and concrete bridge on a daily basis.

Camden Town Brewery

At the Camden Town Brewery, patrons can taste some of the best local brews that the city of London has to offer. Try one of their house specialties, like the Camden Helles lager or grab a pint of one of their many seasonal beers. Though Camden Town does not serve food, there are several local food trucks that will occasionally stop by the brewery, so you can grab a bite with your beer.

Brew by Numbers

The brainchild of two passionate brewers Dave and Tom, Brew by Numbers is known for its unique craft beers created after extensive research, testing and experimentation. Specialty beers made with fine natural ingredients, allowed to carbonate over time, are responsible for developing unique flavors second to none. Inspired by beers from USA and Belgium, Brew by Numbers offers Saison, Belgian blonde, golden ale, Witbier and Berliner Weisse which are hit favorites among locals. With tea and coffee-infused beers, the brewery focuses on creating forward-thinking beers where the possibilities are endless.

Bevis Marks Synagogue

Opened in 1701, after many Jewish people were invited into England during the 1600s, Bevis Marks Synagogue is one of England's oldest. Still retaining many of its original interior furnishings, many say it is awe-inspiring and breath taking. Noted, as being difficult to find in London's winding financial district, Bevis Marks Synagogue is history, religion and tradition rolled into one. Do check out the website for service timings.

Albert Memorial

Queen Victoria's homage to her beloved husband, Albert Memorial was designed by Sir Gilbert Scott. Prince Albert sits on his throne holding the catalog of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Beneath him lie sculptures of the museums, colleges, and institutions that he inspired, as well as marble statues of animals representing the different continents. Allegorical figures of agriculture, commerce, manufacturing and engineering also adorn the memorial. The Albert Memorial is especially beautiful when shining in the glow of the evening sun or when lights up at night. It can be found within Kensington Gardens and right opposite Royal Albert Hall.

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