The car stable is a very flavorful place. It shows a variety of royal vehicles from the Royal Carriage to the Rolls Royce. The stables can accommodate 30 horses and settle here. King George’s Golden Horse Carriage in 1762 Also shown here.
Founded in 1834 by Charles Henry Harold, Harrods has a history of nearly 180 years and has grown into a world-renowned shopping haven. Covering an area of 4.5 acres, it has 330 departments offering a wide range of products and services, including the most complete range of British local brands, Harold's own brands and all international luxury brands. Harrods has a palace-like palatial style, and the interior is full of Egyptian features. Of course, the most eye-catching is the underground 1 floor of Harold, the Princess of Diana and the monument of her lover Fayyad. Fayyad gave Diana's diamond ring.
The British Library in London is one of the most well-known libraries in the world today. It is also one of the world's largest collections of books and historical materials. The library has more than 1 million readers per year. The museum has more than 150 million collections, including all written materials since the writing: books, periodicals, scripts, maps, scores, newspapers and photographic images, as well as audio recordings of all text and spoken language.
King's Cross Railway Station is located in the King's Cross area of central London and was commissioned in 1852. It is one of the oldest railway stations in London. The King's Cross Station is not only the southern terminal of the main railway on the east coast of the British Rail Link, but also a lot of openings. The route to the east and north of Scotland, England, connects many big cities, and its west side is close to the terminal of the Eurostar international train, St. Pancras. A sign was placed on the wall between the two stations at the 9th and 10th stations of King's Cross Railway Station, and there was a baggage car hidden in the wall. Let a lot of magic fans have a lot of fun in reality.
The Borrow Market is located in the London Borough of Southwark, London. It is like a gourmet business card in London. It is not only the favorite food market in the hearts of gourmets, but also praised by countless chefs. Every booth in the Boro market has undergone the most rigorous quality testing, and the quality guarantee makes people feel at ease. A rich and varied cuisine The Boro market has a long history and was first built in the 13th century and has always been known for its freshness