The jewelry pagoda was built in the fourteenth century. Some rooms were reserved and the moat could be seen. It was built to hold Edward III's treasure and remains intact today. Located in the Old Palace of Westminster, the building survived the fire in Westminster in 1834, close to the Westminster Railway Station.
The atmosphere and feeling here are very good. Whether tourists or consumers, they will feel that there is not much regret, it is worth trying.
Very good, very good. I feel that I can't express my feelings in words anymore. Anyway, I feel very happy here. Very free.
Although it's called a jewelry pagoda, it's not filled with jewelry.
It can be seen that the scenic area is well protected. Eat, drink and play kill two birds with one stone. It's worth the fare.
The jewelry pagoda is a very beautiful place. Many of the jewelry here are made by hand, including the Royal ones.