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It is worth climbing 311 steps to get an impressive panoramic view of the surrounding area.
In the 18th century London underwent further development, the city flourished and this led to further expansion into areas such as Mayfair, althoug the poor of London still lived in awful conditions. During the 19th century London spread rapidly into suburbs, swallowing up villages and countryside. This initiated the development of new forms of transport, such as buses and railways, including the underground railway system.
In the 19th century Britain was at the height of her colonial powers and this infuenced further building and constructing in London. At this time the Houses of Parliament were built as well as St. Pancras Station. During World War II Britain was badly damaged by German bombs including large areas of London. Again there was a lot of rebuilding and London is now ready to host you. Today London is a sprawling, cosmopolitan metropolis and a exciting city which really should be visited by everybody.