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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #15476: Famous English monuments
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    Famous English monuments

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    1. One of the most famous English landmarks

    2. Prehistoric stone circles on Salisbury Plain

    3. The clock tower on the banks of the River Thames

    4. The world's biggest Ferris wheel (Ferris wheel = Big Wheel)

    5. Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece

    6. Built on the Greenwich Meridian

    7. A royal fortress built by William the Conqueror

    8. London home of the British Royal Family

    9. The Palace of Westminster

    10. Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill

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