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Tower of London



  1. a fortress in the City of London, on the River Thames: begun 1078; later extended and used as a palace, the main state prison, and now as a museum containing the crown jewels

Example Sentences Including 'Tower of London'

After a sleepless night in his camper van in the Tower of London car park, he woke to the glare of the media.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Don't take this as rushing you, but I've never seen the Tower of London , and I thought you'd be able to find it.
Anita Anderson SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
Every year more than 2.5 million visitors to the Jewel House in the Tower of London marvel at its sparkle and brilliance.
India Today (1999)
From where he sat he could look down the river in the direction of the Tower of London.
Forbes, Bryan The Endless Game
He has declared Arthur dead, and made himself king, holding Guinevere prisoner in the Tower of London.
Matthews, Caitlin & Matthews, John Hallowquest - tarot magic and the Arthurian mysteries
The proof can be seen at the Tower of London where three English queens lost their heads to the axeman.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
Why, it's as if the Queen had decided to sell off the Crown Jewels in order to repair the Tower of London !
Howatch, Susan Absolute Truths


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