London is not like any other city in the world, its diversity always brings different surprises. Ancient and modern, classic and vitality, indifference and warmth, noise and quiet perfect which are all integrated here.
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Stop A : National History MuseumIt used to belong to the British Museum, there are more than 80 million real creatures’ antiques, including dinosaurs, fossils, flora and fauna and geological specimens.
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Stop B : Shakespeare’s Globe TheatreThe ancient legend of the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is located near the Tate Modern Gallery. This theater paradise was badly burnt down and reopened until 1987.
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Stop C : Tate Modern GalleryIts main collection is modern arts in the 20th century. The predecessor is a giant electric power plant, after the alternation, its iconic smokestack has kept.
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Stop D : British MuseumIt’s free to appreciate those masterpieces as a melting pot of worldwide cultures. It’s not surprising that you spend 3 days and 3 nights watching all 50 must-see pieces.