Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II. It is situated between Hyde Park, St James Park and Green Park.
Westminster Abbey is a large church consecrated in AD 1065. It is opposite the Houses of Parliament and is the traditional coronation and burial place for English monarchs.
Trafalgar Square is a square in central London that commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar.
Tower Bridge is a bridge over the River Thames, close to the Tower of London.
Picadilly Circus is the junction of Picadilly, Shaftesbury Avenue, Regent Street and Coventry Street. It is a busy meeting place, famous for its bright lights and statue of "Eros".
The London Underground is the world's oldest underground metropolitan rail network, with over 270 stations and more than 250 miles of track. Roughly three million journeys are made on the Tube every day!
The Greater London Authority was formed in July 2000 to administer Greater London, an area covering over 600 square miles, and over thirty smaller councils. Pictured here is its headquarters, City Hall, opened in July 2002.