- Tower of London
- Tower bridge
- Crown Jewels
- Cullinan I
Experience the best of London on this walking tour, exploring the historic landmarks of the city centre and Tower of London. The two largest diamonds in the Crown Jewels, Cullinan I (530.2 carats) and Cullinan II (317.4 carats) were both cut from one enormous diamond, unearthed in 1905. Today they adorn the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross and the Imperial State Crown. The most famous diamond in the Crown Jewels, the 105.6 carat Koh-i-Noor diamond is set today in the Crown of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. It is said to be unlucky for men to wear this diamond as it has a long and bloody history.
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