No. 10 Downing Street, the British Prime Minister's residence, the tour group's itinerary also magnificent written, but in fact, our visitors see only a far black image! We walk from Big Ben along Whitehall Street, not far to see the iron railings of Downing Street, the guard station door is very friendly to enthusiastic visitors, looking at No. 10 across the railings, that's all!
Downing Street, a Georgian-style building, is located in the Whitehall of Westminster District, London. Traditionally the residence of the First Chancellor of the Exchequer, it has been widely recognized as the residence of the British Prime Minister since it was assumed by the Prime Minister. Its simple black wooden door, decorated with white Arabic numerals "10", has become a well-known symbol. Downing Street 10 is the center of British government and one of the power cores of British politics.
No. 10 Downing Street is a household name. It is the office of the British Prime Minister and the highest concentration of real rights in Britain. But it's really hard to imagine that this is the place where the head of state works. It's really a bit insignificant. But it's really very solemn here. There are many guards, and the inspection is very strict. It's worth seeing.
The famous 10 Downing Street Prime Minister's House has produced so many famous British Prime Ministers. Many tourists must want to go. Unfortunately, for security reasons, the street was fenced up. Generally, tourists can't get in, so they have to look in the street.
No. 10 Downing Street is the prime minister's residence. Downing Street is named after George Downing. No. 10 Downing Street is less than kilometers from Buckingham Palace. In fact, Downing Street is incredibly ordinary, if not to see a bunch of people standing in a black gate, I don't know what to do and miss it. No. 10 Downing Street can be seen only by looking over the black gate and the lazy guard's head. It can only be said to be a card-punching attraction.
Downing Street No. 10 Prime Minister's residence, when we go, should be Cameron's last few days of work there, the official residence guards are strict, it is estimated that every day here &39; tours &39; too many people, the guards have been calm, very NICE and some people photographed.
No. 10 Downing Street is the official residence of the British Prime Minister, unlike Buckingham Palace, where there are conditions for public visits, it is heavily guarded. At No. 1 Downing Street at Whitehall Crossing, there is an iron fence that blocks visitors. Inside the fence, several policemen with guns are guarding. The real building No. 10 Downing Street is invisible. There are many Chinese tourists here. Many people take photos with the police across the iron fence. The police are very friendly.
Especially to No. 10 Downing Street, near Big Ben, it's only 3 - 5 minutes to walk there! Unfortunately, today is not allowed to enter, the gate has a police elder brother handle, unless there is a car to enter, otherwise the door is closed nearby! So, my sister could only take a few pictures and left... It was cold and rainy in winter in London, which was a terrible nuisance.