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…London is not only a place of culture and history, it is also a place for shopping, leisure and sport.
Its many parks, such as Hyde Park and its neighbour Kensington Gardens at the western edge of central London,
and Regent’s Park on the northern edge offer londoners and tourists the chance to relax.
In one of its many markets, such as those in Portobello Road or in Camden Town tourists are certain to find something special they want to buy.
..And we haven’t mentioned the numerous attractions and tours related to sports: tourists can visit Wembley Stadium, the home venue of the England national football team;
Lord’s Cricket Ground, home of the museum of cricket… and many more buildings and landmarks known all over the world.
There are also a few more icons we immediately relate to London:
The royal guards,
the horse guards
and the beefteaters,
The red telephone box, a telephone kiosk for a public telephone ... can you guess why it is red?
The red pillar box: a free-standing post box.
.. and the well known London means of transport: double decker buses, black cabs and the Tube.