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Architecture In The United Kingdom

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Architecture In The United Kingdom

Architecture in the United Kingdom is renowned for its unique mix of the traditional and the modern, combining the old and the new in a variety of styles and designs. From the iconic landmarks of London such as the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey to the modernist structures of Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester, the UK offers a wide range of architectural styles, from the classical to the contemporary. Preservation of the country's unique cultural heritage is also a top priority, with a number of historic structures being carefully conserved and restored in a way that blends the past with modern design.

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