Paddington: all the filming locations and anecdotes from the film

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Paddington: all the filming locations in the movie

"It doesn't matter if he's of another species, or if he's addicted to marmalade, I don't care, he does part of our family. "

Big Ben

Big Ben est le surnom de la grande cloche de 13,5 tonnes se trouvant au sommet de l'Elizabeth Tower, la tour horloge du Palais de Westminster, qui est le siège du parlement britannique (Houses of Parliament), à Londres. La tour a été nommée Elizabeth Tower à l'occasion du jubilé de diamant d'Elizabeth II en 2012. Auparavant, elle était simplement appelée « tour horloge ». Seules les personnes qui habitent au Royaume-Uni peuvent visiter la tour de l'horloge, après avoir obtenu une autorisation. Le bâtiment fait face à la Tamise, entre le Pont de Westminster (Westminster Bridge) et l'Abbaye de Westminster (Westminster Abbey).

Big Ben est le surnom de la grande cloche de 13,5 tonnes se trouvant au sommet de l'Elizabeth Tower, la tour horloge du Palais de Westminster, qui est le siège du parlement britannique (Houses of Parliament), à Londres. La tour a été nommée...

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London Eye

The London Eye, or the Millennium Wheel, is a cantilevered observation wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, and is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom with over 3 million visitors annually, and has made many appearances in popular culture. The structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres (394 ft). When it opened to the public in 2000 it was the world's tallest Ferris wheel. The London Eye used to offer the highest public viewing point in London until it was superseded by the 245-metre-high (804 ft) observation deck on the 72nd floor of The Shard, which opened to the public on 1 February 2013. The London Eye adjoins the western end of Jubilee Gardens (previously the site of the former Dome of Discovery), on the South Bank of the River Thames between Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge beside County Hall, in the London Borough of Lambeth. In March 2020 the London Eye celebrated its 20th birthday by turning its pods into experiences in partnership with its sponsor lastminute.com. The special experiences included a pub in a capsule, a west end theatre pod and a garden party with flower arrangements to represent the eight London Royal parks.

The London Eye, or the Millennium Wheel, is a cantilevered observation wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, and is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United...

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Alice's

World famous ’ALICES’ of 86 Portobello Road. Established in 1887 it is a renowned family owned business. Selling Antiques, Reproduction Goods, Furniture and Works of Art. Open 5 days a week, Tues-Sat.

World famous ’ALICES’ of 86 Portobello Road. Established in 1887 it is a renowned family owned business. Selling Antiques, Reproduction Goods, Furniture and Works of Art. Open 5 days a week, Tues-Sat.

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square is a very famous square in Westminster in London, England, whose name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar which opposed the Franco-Spanish and British fleets in 1805. The place is well known for being a social space and freedom of expression.

Trafalgar Square is a very famous square in Westminster in London, England, whose name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar which opposed the Franco-Spanish and British fleets in 1805. The place is well known for being a social space and freedom of...

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Palais de Buckingham

We're a charity caring for the Royal Collection & looking after visitors to Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queen's Galleries in London and Edinburgh and the Royal Mews.

We're a charity caring for the Royal Collection & looking after visitors to Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queen's Galleries in London and Edinburgh and the Royal Mews.

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus est un carrefour routier et une place piétonne du quartier de Westminster à Londres, au Royaume-Uni. La place, autrefois considérée comme le centre de l'Empire britannique, constitue encore de nos jours un des centres névralgiques de Londres, et est réputée pour l'enchantement que procure le scintillement de la pléthore d'enseignes lumineuses qui la recouvre. Elle est également entourée de plusieurs curiosités touristiques, dont une fontaine érigée en 1893 en mémoire de Lord Shaftesbury et surplombée par un Ange de la Charité chrétienne (communément appelé Éros), ou encore le théâtre Criterion, le London Pavilion et plusieurs magasins célèbres. Non loin se trouvent le London Trocadero, centre commercial et de loisirs, et la statue Horses of Helios. Son emplacement en plein cœur du West End, ainsi que sa proximité avec des lieux commerçants ou de divertissement font qu'elle est encore aujourd'hui un lieu apprécié des Londoniens comme des touristes du monde entier.

Piccadilly Circus est un carrefour routier et une place piétonne du quartier de Westminster à Londres, au Royaume-Uni. La place, autrefois considérée comme le centre de l'Empire britannique, constitue encore de nos jours un des centres névralgiques...

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HMS Belfast

HMS Belfast was launched in 1938 and played a leading role in the Battle of North Cape and the Normandy landings. Visitors can experience nine decks of living history on this huge and complex warship which provides a unique insight into naval history

HMS Belfast was launched in 1938 and played a leading role in the Battle of North Cape and the Normandy landings. Visitors can experience nine decks of living history on this huge and complex warship which provides a unique insight into naval...

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is a so-called bascule bridge, which allows motorized vehicles to cross the Thames but also allows boats to pass. It is made of granite for its facade, steel for its structure and concrete for its foundations. It is located between the districts of Southwark and Tower Hamlets, near the Tower of London from which it takes its name (it is also one of the four bridges managed by the Lord Mayor's services). Tower Bridge is located in the Pool of London (it marks the boundary between the Upper Pool upstream, and the Lower Pool downstream). At the time of its construction, Tower Bridge was the tallest (246 meters in length and 65 meters in height) and the most sophisticated bascule bridge ever built. This bridge is famous all over the world thanks to its very particular architecture. It is in neo-Gothic style. It consists of two large towers, a rigid suspension, an apron opening to the passage of the tallest ships and two pedestrian bridges parallel to the top. The machinery of the opening bridge has been open to the public since 1982 in the form of a museum showing the operation of the hydraulic mechanism which has made it possible since 1894 (date of the construction of the bridge by Sir John Wolfe-Barry and Horace Jones) to raise the weighbridge.

Tower Bridge is a so-called bascule bridge, which allows motorized vehicles to cross the Thames but also allows boats to pass. It is made of granite for its facade, steel for its structure and concrete for its foundations. It is located between the...

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