Mulino delle saline - From Saline di Mozia, Italy
The Tower Of London is an iconic British symbol that can be found on the banks of the Thames River in Central London. Although it was first constructed by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, the Tower has been variously used as a royal palace, a prison and a site of political execution. Its many and varied uses over the centuries make it an important historical site and a must-see tourist attraction. For travelers, the Tower is a remarkable place to explore. Its extensive grounds are full of fascinating sights, from the famous White Tower to the Royal Chapel of St. John the Evangelist. Inside the walls, visitors can see the Crown Jewels, historic artifacts, the Bloody Tower and much more. Visitors can also opt for a guided tour with one of the knowledgeable Yeoman Warders or soak up the views from the banks of the Thames. Photographers will also enjoy the ancient architecture, unique statues and vibrant wildlife in the Tower’s grounds.