LONDON — A stunning array of architecture, from ancient temples and medieval palaces to modern towers and gothic buildings, is a testament to the beauty of the past.
The most striking thing about London is the sheer scale of its urban landscape.
In the city center, the skyline of St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most magnificent buildings in the world.
But that is just one facet of the cityscape.
The city is so vast that it’s difficult to measure its size.
In fact, the scale of the world is the most telling measure of its beauty.
“When I look at London, it’s like looking at the heavens,” says David Wurster, a historian and urban planner based in London.
“I look at it, and it’s very, very clear.”
In this year’s New York Times 500 Most Beautiful Places in the World list, London is No. 1 for its size and diversity, but it’s a close runner-up to Rome, Paris and New York.
The world’s capital has a sprawling urban core and vast open spaces that are often used for concerts, festivals, museums and art exhibitions.
For most people, the city’s scale is less a concern than the sheer variety of places.
“If you want to find something beautiful, the world will tell you where you’re going,” says Wurstner.
“In London, you can see the whole thing.
You can get lost in it.”
One of the few remaining places where you can still wander, London’s Buckingham Palace, is an enormous building that spans the city from north to south.
There are hundreds of thousands of square feet of floor space in this massive building, with a spectacular view over the city and beyond.
“Buckingham Palace is the perfect place for a photo,” says Stacey Hines, a photographer based in New York and author of the book “The City of Images.”
“There’s a huge courtyard that has a great view, so you can just look down the hill and the Royal Pavilion, the main square.
You’re literally on the palace grounds.”
But there’s something about this place that draws the eye.
“There are these enormous arches that give you the illusion of a great height,” Hines says.
“And it’s also just so stunning, because the building has all these incredible arches, and so much of the floor is covered in a gorgeous mosaic of gold.
It’s just breathtaking.”
The palace itself is one section of the vast Royal Pavilion that is filled with gold and silver, including the ornate arches and spires that span the length of the building.
These magnificent structures and the surrounding gardens are so vast, it can be difficult to know exactly where to go.
But the vastness of the Royal Palace has an even bigger impact on how we view the world around us.
“The Royal Palace is one beautiful part of London,” says Hines.
“It’s just one of those great places.”
A huge amount of work goes into planning the palace and its gardens, and when the royal palace is open to the public, it often attracts a million people to the grounds.
But while the palace is the focus of attention, there is a huge array of other places around London where you’ll find plenty of other beautiful things to admire.
In addition to the palace, you’ll also find many other historic and historic buildings around London that are part of the British Museum, including churches, churches, temples, mosques and many other places that were once used by people from across the world to worship.
The Royal Mile, built in 1834 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s coronation, is one such place.
“You have to take a look at the Royal Mile and see how many people have been there since it was built,” says Richard Evans, a British Museum curator and an expert on London’s architecture.
“But then you see how few people actually go.
It has been such a huge part of British culture and history.
It stands on the banks of the Thames. “
Then you have the Great Exhibition Place, which is an amazing building.
It stands on the banks of the Thames.
It is the largest and most important building in London.”
It was built to mark the end of the Second World War, but the British government closed it in 1946 after the war ended.
Evans says the Great Exposition Place has a unique sense of history.
“Every year, people come down to the Great Showplace to see what the next big thing is going to be, and what they’ve got in store for the next 50 years,” he says.
The building has a large square and is surrounded by many of the Great Buildings of the 16th and 17th centuries, including Westminster Abbey, the Palace of Westminster and the Tower of London.
But most people are not as familiar with these buildings as they are with the Great Palace.
“Most people don’t know what the Great Parliament building is,” Evans says.
It was designed in the 19