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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #16499: Famous English symbols
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    Famous English symbols

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    1. is the flag of England.
    2. The London police force was created in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel. Cops are nicknamed
    3. The is a national treasure in England.
    4. To see London, the best viewing vantage point (=a position from which you watch something) is on top of a
    5. The red was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in the 1920s.
    6. Though his'official' duties are to look after prisoners in the Tower and to guard the Crown Jewels, the acts as a tour guide.
    7. in full-dress uniform of red tunic and bearskin.
    8. the Queen's riding horseback and sporting armour, a sword, a plumed helmet and tall boots...
    9. is widely recognized as the national flower of England.
    10. When you see a in a film you immediately think of London and England.

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