Big Ben in the mist at night, 1858, clock tower of Palace of Westminster or Houses of Parliament, London, UK, 1840-60, by Sir Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin. The 96.3 metre high clock tower is named after its largest bell, Big Ben. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Big Ben in the mist at night, 1858, clock tower of Palace of Westminster or Houses of Parliament, London, UK, 1840-60, by Sir Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin. The 96.3 metre high clock tower is named after its largest bell, Big Ben. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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