1. Big Ben
Big Ben made in 1858 is the visual symbol of London. Big Ben is actually the name of the bell of the clock tower, but over time it has been used by locals to indicate the entire structure. The Big Ben, a four-sided clock, is right next to Westminster Palace. The Victorian Gothic clock tower, 96.3 meters tall, is known as one of the most photographed spots in London. Around the clock tower, which enters many film frames, tourists can take photos, sellers of souvenirs and street artists.