One Tree Hill View Point at the Greenwich Park
Prime Meridian, Royal Observatory and Peter Harrison Planetarium
National Maritime Museum
Old Royal Naval College
Early cherry blossom at the Kensington Gardens
Royal Albert Hall
The Albert Memorial
Round Pond at Kensington Gardens
Peter Pan Statue
Tropical green parakeets can be found in London
Cozy streets of London
The Brew House
The Dairy at Kenwood
Sunset at the Prospekt Hill
The O2 arena
Canary Wharf district on the Isle of Dogs
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew was founded in 1759 and keep changing since then. It houses the largest and the most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world.
The Dutch House is one of the few surviving parts of the Kew Palace complex.
Beauty of nature.
Marianne North Gallery and The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art.
Chihuly exhibition: Reflections on Nature. The world’s most celebrated contemporary glass artist brought his work to the stunning backdrop of the Kew Gardens.
Chiswick House and Gardens is among the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture.
Legendary Abbey Road Studios
Magnificent Royal Albert Hall.
London streets looks very cozy in spring.
Gwendwr Garden is a small park in West Kensington which was opened in 1949.
Legendary Royal Albert Hall.
Royal College of Music.
. Baker Street, 221B
Abbey Road Studios and the Beatles crossing.
Victoria & Albert Museum.
The Royal Albert Hall is one of the world’s most iconic venues with the unique history and incredible architecture. It was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 and since then all the greatest artists and performers have appeared on its stage. It was the first time I attended the concert at RAH and it was very memorable experience, auditorium is simply breathtaking and the sound is so clear.