The United Kingdom

The British Museum

The British Museum in central London is one of the world's great museums and is devoted to human history and culture.
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Conwy Castle

The medieval castle at Conwy is imposing and impressive--as it was meant to be. But its key virtue was location.
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Caernarfon Castle

All of the surviving castles that King Edward I had built in the late-13th century are impressive. But Caernarfon Castle was designed to be something special.
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The Churchill War Rooms

This was British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's underground command bunker during some of the most dangerous days (and nights) of World War II.
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Harlech Castle

Harlech Castle has stood for 700 years so far. And there's every chance it'll stand guard of this corner of the Welsh coast for at least another 700.
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Highclere Castle

You don't have to be a fan of Downton Abbey to appreciate the beauty of Highclere Castle sitting on a stately hill in the English countryside of Hampshire about two hours west of London.
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The London Eye

It's a bit like London's version of the Eiffel Tower--a towering landmark that the city's locals initially greeted with skepticism, relying on some extraordinary engineering, and becoming a iconic fixture of the city's skyline. And both offer unparalleled views of their cities.
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London by Night

Like others of the world's great cities, London really sparkles at night and dusk, making for some beautiful photo opportunities.
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