Bagmen where the history of the clock in london

Thursday, June 21st 2012. | England

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Bagmen where the history of the clock in london – Bagmen are a large clock that has a very large size and can be seen clearly from the famous River Thames bagmen will look very beautiful. That is the Palace of Westminster, the residence of the kings and queens. Today the palace is used as the parliament building. Well, here lies the legendary Big Ben. Here is someone the official residence of Queen Elizabeth 2, Buckingham Palace, also visited by many tourists. Usually between August 12 and September 29, we can enter the palace. There are other ways to see the beautiful city of London, namely the need to climb a giant windmill, called the London Eye. Or you can also see the beauty of the city from building the tower dome Paul’s Cathedral. Bagmen has been established nearly 1400 years of your visit is no less interesting bagmen here visitors can see hundreds of well-known figure in the form of wax. Or, British Museum, a place to store a lot of historic cultural heritage of various nations, such as the mummy of Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, its beautiful here the past is the Palace of Westminster Palace of Westminster in 1834 and at that time in the palace of Westminster was a great fire and eventually the court Westminster was destroyed. In 1844 it was decided to build a building the Houses of Parliament shall include a tower and a clock or what is often called bagmen.

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Sometime later, in September 1859, Bagmen cracked. A lightweight hammer mounted and rotated to present the bell for the broken hammer. This is the bell as we hear today. Sir Charles Barry to seek advice from Benjamin Lewis Vuillamy – watchmaker to the Queen – and Augustus Pugin when it comes to designing a tower clock known as Bagmen today. Mock Gothic clock tower building attached to the Houses of Parliament has become a familiar and well-loved landmark, the clang of the bells on the hour (and every quarter of an hour too) to keep time with Greenwich meantime. Big Ben’s name was originally given to the Big Bell in Whitechapel Bell Foundry was created and first occurred in 1859. The most likely explanation of the name comes from Sir Benjamin Hall, First Commissioner of Works from 1855 to sampai1858 whose name is written on the bell. Now the moniker is a name that is acceptable to all the Clock Tower. Weighing in at 13.7 tons, at the casting Bagmen is the largest bell in the British Isles and the second largest clock face in this country after the Liver Building in Liverpool. UK residents can arrange a tour of Bagmen through their local MP but space is very limited and you have Sir Charles Barry to seek advice from Benjamin Lewis Vuillamy watchmaker to the Queen and Augustus Pugin when it comes to designing a tower clock known as Bagmen is currently.

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