25 Secrete London Tourist Attractions By Triphobo
1] The Rolling Bridgeis a type of curling movable bridge completed in 2004
2] St. Martin in-the-Fields' Weird Window Housiary’s design was inspired by the way water reflects and changes images.
3] 10 Downing Street is a small council house so notorious the police have it under round the clock surveillance.
4] The Samuel Johnson's Cat - Statue of Hodge(Johnson's cat) outside Johnson's Gough Square house.
5] The Brixton Windmill is a pub and independent live music venue in south London
7] Sir John Soane's Telephone - the idea behind the red London telephone boxes in London
9] The London Noses or Seven Noses of Soho are an artistic installation found on buildings in London
10] The hidden ears of Covent Garden were installed by the artist Tim Fishlock.
11] The Whitechapel Bell Foundry famous bells include the original Liberty Bell
12] John Snow traced the outbreak to a public water pump on the street & disabled the pump
14] The Famous 18 Moles - A large jar crammed full of whole preserved moles
15] The Kyoto Garden – a hidden London gem and winter inspiration for the garden
16] Camley Street Natural Park's two acres of woodland, water and wild meadow, concealed in the urban heart of King's Cross.
18] StDunstan in the East Church Gardens, a historic garden amongst the ruins of an old medieval church
19] Aldwych is a closed station on the London Underground, located in the City of Westminster in central London.
20] The hidden Space Invadershave been installed in various waves over the years by a French guy who calls himself invader.
21] The Mandela Way T-34 Tank is located on a small piece of scrubland on the corner of Mandela Way
22] The fake bridge at Kenwood House located at Hampstead Heath looks unbelievable realistic and fooled the Wandering Scotsman
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