Perfect for Your Wall or Shelf: Shopping at London's Popular Tourist Attractions

Robertson, Guy
August 2009
Feliciter;2009, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p161
The article features the popular tourist attractions in London, England. Such attractions include the National Gallery shop, where famous paintings, souvenirs, and books are seen. Another is the Tate's restaurant, where pork pie is catered and which manages a library collection of works on modern sculpture and painting. The Westminster Abbey, which has a beautiful exterior and lots of books that surely will interest visitors is also indicated.


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