The Tower of London: The White Tower is 27 metres high.
No. There's no 2 mile high tower in London, nor anywhere.
it is approximatly 5 inch
The White Tower in the Tower of London is 90 ft high. The great bell in the clock tower of the palace of Westminster, commonly called 'Big Ben' is 7.5 ft high. The clock tower is 315.9 ft high.
When I did History in High school, I think it was 8th grade, we did british history and we learnt that the tower of London was built by William the conquer, as his home, It was named because it was situated in London, and it was a large castle with a tower.
The Tower of London covers 18 acres of land. Its walls are 90 feet high and 15 feet thick.
The Tower of London is in London.
The Olympic rings are on Tower Bridge - not London Bridge.
The Tower of London is a medieval fortress.
William Robertson Dick has written: 'A short sketch of the Beauchamp tower' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Tower of London (London, England), Tower of London (London, England). Beauchamp Tower 'Inscriptions and devices, in the Beauchamp Tower, Tower of London' -- subject(s): London, London. Tower. Beauchamp Tower
Tower Bridge is immediately adjacent to the Tower of London. Many foreigners think that Tower Bridge is London Bridge.
The Tower of London is on the North bank of the River Thames, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Tower Bridge is adjacent to the Tower of London on its southeast corner.
The White Tower is the main building of the Tower of London.
The Leaning Tower is in Pisa not London
threats to the tower of london
The Tower of London isn't for sale.
No, London Bridge does not have a tower
Tower Bridge straddles the River Thames just to the east of central London and is adjacent to the Tower of London.
The Tower of London, the White Tower, was built by William the Conqueror, in 1078.
Take the tube (underground) to Tower Hill in order to get to the Tower of London.
There are several towers in London, such as the Big Ben clock tower. The most famous tower in London might perhaps be the Tower of London, a castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in London.
The Tower of London has never been lost.
The Eiffel Tower is in Paris, France - NOT London.
The Tower of London is surrounded by a (dry) moat.