Презентация "The world-famous places of Great Britain"


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The world-famous places of Great Britain

Match the pictures with the names of the tourist attractions.

Look at the pictures. A tourist attraction imagined in these photographs is :

  • Buckingham Palace;
  • Westminster Abbey;
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Sir Christopher Michael Wren was an architect of:

  • St. Paul’s Cathedral ;
  • Buckingham Palace;
  • Big Ben.

Watch the video and decide what museum is described in it:

  • The Tower of London;
  • The National Gallery of British Art or the Tate Gallery;
  • Madame Tussaud’s Museum.

the National Gallery of British Art

Watch the video and decide what museum is described in it:

  • The Tower of London;
  • The National Gallery of British Art or the Tate Gallery;
  • Madame Tussaud’s Museum.

The square is surrounded by many famous buildings :The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery. London’s most famous square with a column named after Admiral Nelson who won the battle of Trafalgar is called:

1. Trafalgar Square;

2. Piccadilly Circus;

3. Parliament Square.

This national park is located in a mountainous region in north Wales. It was created in 1951. It became the 3d national park in Great Britain. It was named after its highest mountain - Snowdon. (1085 m.).

What is the name of this park?

  • Lake District;
  • Snowdonia;
  • Peak District.

Look at the map and say where is it located?

It is the official London home of the Queen. The Palace with 600 rooms is open to the public in summer when the Queen is on holiday.

What is the name of this place of interest?

This tower is located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. The castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. Now a museum, it is used to be a prison, the Royal residence and a treasure house. There is a legend about this place that say: “If the ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it.” What place is it?

The Games of the XXX Olympiad took place in London in 2012. Watch the video about opening ceremony of the Olympic Games and answer the question. Where do you see the Olympic Rings? Name this sightseeing.

Londoners are fond of their parks and they are very proud of them. This park boasts plenty of monuments, memorials, fountains and other sights. In the nineteenth century this park had become a popular place for meetings. In 1872 the Speakers' Corner was established as a place where people would be allowed to speak freely. Here, every Sunday people stand on a soap box and proclaim their views on political, religious or other items, sometimes interrupted and challenged by their audience.

What park is the Speaker’s Corner located in?

  • The Regent's Park;
  • Kensington Gardens;
  • St James's Park;
  • Hyde Park.

The clock has become a cultural symbol of the United Kingdom. The tower is officially known as Elizabeth Tower, renamed to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2012. What is its nickname?

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