River Thames and the Palace of Westminster, London, UK, or Houses of Parliament, 1840-60, by Sir Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin. The Gothic Perpendicular building replaced its predecessor, destroyed by fire, 1834. The 96.3 metre high clock tower is named after its largest bell, Big Ben. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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River Thames and the Palace of Westminster, London, UK, or Houses of Parliament, 1840-60, by Sir Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin. The Gothic Perpendicular building replaced its predecessor, destroyed by fire, 1834. The 96.3 metre high clock tower is named after its largest bell, Big Ben. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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