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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97453: Monuments in London
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    Monuments in London

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    1. was imprisoned in the Tower of London.
    2. The Gherkin is a in London's financial district.
    3. The other name of the Globe Theatre is .
    4. St Paul's Cathedral was built in English architecture.
    5. The Houses of Parliament are also named
    6. In 1835, painted 'The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons'.
    7. Nelson's Column is in .
    8. The Mall is a famous London .
    9. Big Ben is the nickname of a .
    10. Tower Bridge spans over .

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