Once again, I came to Parliament Square in front of the Sistminster Abbey, and once again I looked at the famous London landmark Big Ben from different angles. What's different is that this time I walked to the British Parliament Building to see the appearance of this magnificent building. The building of the whole Parliament Building is very old and elegant. Visitors can buy tickets at designated open hours to visit it. Because of the time, we have a look outside.
The British Parliament Building is just across the street from Westminster Abbey, next to the River Thames. Since the tickets are not included in the London pass, they need to be bought separately, so the number of visitors is relatively small. Although many of them can't be photographed, it's also worth visiting places where members of Parliament discuss state affairs. After all, many big decisions have been made that affect the course of history, so it is necessary to visit them.
A very distinctive landmark building. The seat of the British Parliament (including the House of Lords and the House of Commons) was listed as one of the representative works of Gothic Renaissance Architecture in the World Heritage Site in 1987. The whole Parliament building covers an area of 30,000 square meters. The corridor is 3 kilometers long. There are 1,100 rooms and more than 100 stairs. Next to the Capitol Square is a large open green space. There are famous statues of politicians here. We are familiar with Churchill, Gandhi, Mandela, etc. They are places of assembly and protest, and also a tourist destination.
London's British Parliament Building, also known as Westminster Palace, is connected to Big Ben and is a very spectacular Gothic building. Now it also plays the role of the British Parliament. It has a history of more than 400 years. It is the symbol of Britain. It has witnessed the brilliance of the British Empire in the past and is an indispensable tourist attraction to Britain.
It's great to finally go to the booked Parliament Tour. I'm the only tourist achievement I've made so far in London. Most of the interior can't be photographed, but the narrator browses through the main important halls and conference rooms in detail. It's amazing. It's too exquisite. The interior decoration is extremely elegant and gorgeous. Every tile, every corner, every seat bears the glory and rain of Britain, and stories and rituals are everywhere. In fact, there are countless magnificent and complex great buildings in Europe, but the Parliament Building has maintained its continuing function since its inception, witnessing nearly a thousand years of British politics and Royal history.
The Parliament Building in London is next to Westminster Abbey, the highest government administration in Britain. The whole building is magnificent. It is built along the Thames River and together with Big Ben, it is a landmark building in Britain. It fully reflects the strength of Britain during the Sunset Empire. It is worth watching.
The magnificent and shocking building, Gothic style, and magnificent scale! North Bank of the Thames! It's hard to get results from photographs.
This is a must to come to Britain. It's a tall and magnificent building with a fine sculpture and a symbol of a lion.
The Capitol Building is also open on Saturdays, and tickets can be booked online under a small tower opposite, with Chinese voice navigation. It is very worthwhile to see a change in the power of a country's government. It is very atmosphere. After that, you can go for an afternoon tea and look at Big Ben.