Located near Victoria Station, in the middle of the road intersection, it is a small bell tower with complex design. It wasn't set up on a charming London Square. There were some billboards around it, so a beautiful hour clock was damaged in one place. Little Ben was being repaired.
The miniature cast iron tower clock at Victoria Street junction is very similar to Big Ben. There is a similar Mini Ben clock on the streets of Vancouver, which has a history of more than 120 years, but still wants to be precise when walking. It is a protected cultural relic in Britain and one of London's important landmarks.
Little Ben is located in the busy area of Victoria, just opposite the Victoria Palace Theatre. Located at the intersection of the busy Victorian Railway Station, it was demolished two years ago because of road construction, and now it has been rebuilt again. The scale and Big Ben Ratio are very small.
Finding a place is very worthwhile to visit. Five-star recommendation
Little Ben is really small, but it's a different experience than Big Ben.
A very famous scenic spot. It's worth visiting.
There's a little Ben near Big Ben. It's good.
Better known than Big Ben, with fewer people.