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Distance

9.12 mi

Elevation gain

217 ft

Technical difficulty

Moderate

Elevation loss

259 ft

Max elevation

131 ft

Trailrank

48

Min elevation

23 ft

Trail type

One Way

Coordinates

182

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October 26, 2014
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131 ft
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9.12 mi

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near Barbican, England (United Kingdom)

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On this route you can see many of the main attractions of the city of London although it does not include the great attraction and cultural heritage of this city since it is very extensive.
Even so, they will not stop enjoying and breathing the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the city and at the same time they will be able to admire great cultural and historical works that represent the image of the city.
They will also have time to realize the great leisure space dedicated to a city that also dedicates spaces as big as Hyde Park to areas full of nature.

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Museum of London

The Museum of London is a focus on the history of the city, although it also has its corner of science where various exploration and discovery activities are carried out for children and adults.
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Religious site

St. Paul's Cathedral

The Cathedral of Saint Paul in London is an Anglican cathedral, the seat of the bishop of London and the church mother of the diocese of London. It sits on the top of the hill of Ludgate, the highest point in the city of London. His dedication to Paul the apostle goes back to the original church in this place, founded in 604.
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The National Gallery

The National Gallery in London houses one of the largest collections of paintings in the world. These photographs belong to the public and the entrance to see them is free. The National Gallery Collection contains more than 2,300 works, including many famous works, such as Portrait of Arnolfini by Van Eyck, by Velázquez Venus del mirall, Temeraire that fights Turner and Van Gogh's sunflowers. All the great traditions of Western European painting are represented by artists from the Low Middle Ages and the Italian Renaissance to the French Impressionists.
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Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is a crossing of roads and the public space of the West End of London in the city of Westminster, built in 1819 to connect Regent Street with Piccadilly. In this context, a circus, of the Latin word that means "circle", is a space open all year at a street crossing. Piccadilly now connects directly with the theaters on Shaftesbury Avenue, as well as Haymarket, Coventry Street (from Leicester Square), and Glasshouse Street. The circus is close to the main shopping and leisure areas in the West End. Its condition of intersection of main streets has made Piccadilly Circus a very busy meeting place and a tourist attraction in its own right.
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M&M's World

On Monday, June 13, 2011, the M & M's World store in London was officially opened to the public, at Leicester Square. It is the world's largest candy store, 3,250 square meters. The commercial space was built as part of the Westminster City Council regeneration of the town. His goal was to make Leicester Square a "world-class destination", based on the similar remodeling of Times Square in New York. The store contains a giant chocolate wall where you can create your own M & M'S selection of more than 100 options. The store has a wall where you can see how M & M has changed over the years and a questionnaire to determine what you like.
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China Town

The name of Chinatown has been used at different times to describe different places in London. The present Chinatown is part of the city of Westminster, which occupies the area around Gerrard Street. It contains a large number of Chinese restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, souvenir shops, and other businesses in China.
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Oxford Street

Oxford Street is an important street in the City of Westminster, in the West End of London. It is the most busy street in Europe, and from 2011 it had approximately 300 stores. The street was part of the London-Oxford highway that began in Newgate, City of London, and was known as the Oxford road. Today it is part of the A40 trunk road, but like many roads in the center of London that are no longer through routes is not signposted with the road number.
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Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London, England, as well as one of the eight royal parks in London, with a length of more than two kilometers and about one kilometer in width. It is also one of the Westminster neighborhoods in London. Only Serpentine Lake (Serpentine Lake) separates it from the Kensington Gardens (Kensington Gardens), so these latter are sometimes considered as part of Hyde Park. Its surface of 1.4 km ², added to the one of Kensington Gardens extending itself on 1.1 km ², gives a total surface of 2.5 km ².
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Buckingham Palace

The Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in London. In addition, it is the main space where the official activities of the British Royal Family are developed, including state obligations. The Palace has become one of the main tourist attractions of the British capital.
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St. James's Park

St. James's Park is a London park located in the Westminster City neighborhood, east of Buckingham Palace and west of Whitehall and Downing Street. It is the oldest royal park in London; It stretches over 23 hectares.
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Big Ben

Big Ben is the name that is known in the Great Bell of Westminster, the largest bell of those found in the Clock Tower that are part of the Great Westminster Clock of the Westminster Palace and due to the retirement of the Queen Elizabeth II, the tower will be called Elizabeth Tower, located in the city of London.
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London Eye

The British Airways London Eye ('London's eye'), also known as the Millennium Wheel, is one of the largest viewpoints in the world since it was built in 1999. The London Eye is 135 m above the western end of the Jubilee Gardens, on the South Bank of the Thames, London's Lambeth district, between the bridges of Westminster and Hungerford. The viewpoint is located in County Hall and in front of the offices of the Ministry of Defense.
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Queen Elisabeth Hall

Queen Elizabeth Hall (QEH) is a music concert hall located at South Bank in London, England where performances of classical, jazz and avant-garde music are performed every day. The QEH is part of the Southbank Center's artistic complex and is next to the Royal Festival Hall, which was built for the 1951 Festival of Britain, and the Hayward Gallery.
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Restaurant Pizza Express

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Grange St. Paul's Hotel London

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