[Top] A colonnade links the National Maritime Museum’s main building and the Queen’s House in Greenwich. [Middle] One of the twin domes of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich at dusk. The building was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, and built between 1696 and 1712, originally as Greenwich Hospital or officially the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich for injured sailors, and later as the Royal Naval College. [Bottom] A view of The Shard from the Millennium Bridge.
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