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Not strictly classed "entertainment", this bastion of British free public speech and free assembly can prove one of the most absorbingly unique, theatrical activities the city has to offer. Located on the corner of Park Lane and Cumberland Gate, opposite Marble Arch tube, Speakers' Corner is the spiritual home of the British democratic tradition of soapbox oratory.
One of London's most famous, if not most-loved, buildings, Centre Point stands in the centre of the West End, looking over the busy Oxford Street and Charing Cross Rd junction.
The London Eye is 135 meters high which made it the world's tallest observation wheel when it opened in 2000. It has 32 capsules and carries around 10,000 visitors every day. The London Eye has become the most popular paid for UK visitor attraction, visited by over 3.5 million people a year. https://www.londoneye.com/river-cruise/
Harrods' 330 departments offer a wide range of products and services. Up to 300,000 customers visit the shop on peak days, comprising the highest proportion of customers from non-English speaking countries of any department store in London. More than five thousand staff from over fifty different countries work at Harrods. https://www.harrods.com/en-gb
Housing official residences of some of the biggest names in British politics, Downing Street is one of the most well-known locations in London.
Who could ever have imagined that a simple street name and one very ordinary pedestrian crossing would come to mean so much to so many people.
As an Academy they have much in common with museums and other galleries, but they also play a broader role – to promote not just the appreciation and understanding of art, but also its practice.
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