Red Phone Box and Westminster Abbey are iconic locations in Greater London, located near the Houses of Parliament and the Prime Minister's Residence. The Red Phone Box, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, was a fixture in British culture until the late 20th century. Today, it's a popular tourist attraction. Westminster Abbey, founded in 960, is both a Royal Peculiar and a parish church. It is the traditional place of coronation for English monarchs and burial for nobles, poets, and scientists. A visit to these two sites will give a glimpse into British history, culture and art. While Red Phone Box and Westminster Abbey may not be the most convenient place for travel photographers, these two locations are definitely worth a visit.
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