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Stonehenge - Prehistoric monument located in Wiltshire, England. Dates back to about 2200 BC and thought to be constructed by the people of the late Neolithic period (3000 BC). The earliest phase of the construction beginning over 5000 years ago.
Big Ben - Clock Tower, Palace of Westminster. The world's largest four-faced clock tower situated at the Northeastern end of the Houses of Parliament building located in Westminster, London. Universally called "Big Ben."
Buckingham Palace - Official London residence of the British Monarchy. Originally known as the Buckingham House which was built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and acquired by King George III in 1762 as a private residence.
Horse Guards - named after the troops who have mounted the Queen's Life Guard on this spot since the Restoration of King Charles II in 1660. The mounted sentries change every hour.
St. Peter's Abbey - aka. Bath Abbey located in Bath, Somerset, England. It is an Anglican parish church founded in the 7th century.
From left to right: Bird at Stonehenge, St. Peter's Abbey, Big Ben, Monument in London, Gates of Buckhingham Palace, and the Royal Horse Guards.