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Across: 2. They gave London the name Londinium. 4. Many British go there to drink beer. 7. Erected in 1999, the London ____ was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. 8. The oldest bridge is ___________ Bridge. 9. One of London's underground lines. 10. You can find paintings by British artists in _______ Gallery. 11. A castle where the Royals live. 14. It’s the clock of the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament. 16. The most famous English writer. 17. One of London's underground lines. 21. It is the most famous department store in London. 22. A district in West End with lots of restaurants, cafés, shops and nightclubs. 23. The most famous shopping street is ___________ street.
24. Many British kings and queens are buried in Westminster _______.
Down: 1. The Prime Minister lives in _____________ Street. 3. The most famous park in London is ________ Park. 5. The home of the Royal Family is the _______ Palace. 6. A district of central London which has a famous football club 10. The column of Admiral Nelson is at ______________ Square. 12. A famous writer who wrote about London at the time he lived. 13. It is the largest broadcaster in the world, responsible for recording some of the world's most famous TV programmes. 15. The river flooding through London. 18. Another name for the London underground. 19. This castle was the home of the former kings. Now it is a museum.
20. The Olde Wine ______ is one of the most famous pubs.
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