London England - Buy London England Online
When shopping for a major European city, don't overlook the beauty and history of London, England. Stunning architecture, history, culture, and meat pies can be acquired for surprisingly low prices.
Buy London England Online - The Tower of London
This well-maintained structure once served as a royal palace, a prison, and even a zoo. Animals are not included in the asking price but some rats may have squatters rights.
Original Owner: William the Conqueror.
Age: Over 900 years.
Close to: The River Thames, downtown London nightlife, subway lines, hardware stores.
Buy London Online - Big Ben
Four orthogonally oriented clocks and a really big tower. While Big Ben might not fit on your wrist, it will look great in your real estate portfolio.
Real Name: The Palace of Westminster
Size of (4) clock faces: 23 feet on a side.
Burned down in: 1834
Remodeled in: 1859
Buy London England Online - Butler's Wharf
Nothing says culture and breeding like a huge multistory building dedicated to the hired help. For hundreds of years, London's butlers have been wharfing along the south bank of the Thames River. After falling into disuse, Butler's Wharf has been refurbished into luxury flats, restaurants, and shopping.
Views: The Thames River, St Katharine Docks
Attractions: Butlers Wharf Chop House, The Thames River
Transportation: The Tube, The Thames River
Note: Thames River not included
Buy London Online - Abbey Road
London has many thoroughfares. Without a road, none of the other stuff you buy will have an address. This road is flat and well-paved, with gutters lining both edges. People often cross this road in order to get to the other side.
Length: about one mile
Major crossings: Belsize Road, Boundary Road, and Marlborough Place.
Buy London England Online - The British Museum
Any country as old and musty as England has a wonderful national museum. Don't miss out on a rare opportunity to acquire thousands of square feet of artifacts. Hundreds of years of culture and history are stored here, exhibited in orderly British fashion.
Attractions: Permanent Medieval Gallery, World Culture Exhibits
First open to the public: 1759
Disputed Items: Elgin Marbles, Benin Bronzes, Ethiopian Tabots, Achaemenid empire gold and silver artefacts, Mold's Golden Cape, Rosetta Stone.
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