Hello from London! We started our tour of the city in the British Museum.
The British Museum was established in 1753 and is now home to over eight million artefacts.
The most popular part of the museum is the Egyptian collection. We had a chance to see school children working on their assignments in the museum. Each one of them had a scrap book and they were supposed to copy an element from the original Egyptian fresco. Later, their work will be used by their school to produce birthday and greeting cards.
Here are two of the most famous objects in the museum, Rosetta Stone from Egypt:
And the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon in Athens:
Let’s continue our walk around London: Soho and Chinatown on our way to the Trafalgar Square.
10 Downing Street. official office and residence of the prime minister:
We bought a Joey Hat (Friends):
St. James Park:
And of course the Buckingham Palace:
An important visitor or one of the residents of the palace?
Thank you for visiting this amazing city with me today. It’s London Baby!!!!!