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Can you name the London borough in which the following landmarks featured on the London 2012 badges are located ?
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In 2009, Londoners in each borough voted for their favourite landmarks, which were to be featured on badges. One landmark was picked for each borough. Can you match the landmark to the borough??
Crystal Palace Transmitting Station and Park
Hosted the Great Exhibition of 1851.
(Borough Name) Abbey
Steeped in more than 1000 years of history, has been the coronation seat since 1066.
A Grade I listed house built during the reign of King Henry VIII.
(Borough Name) Studios
It is the oldest film studio in the world still in production.
(Borough Name) Sports and Leisure Centre
This building will have the first new 50m indoor pool in London for 40 years.
Battersea Power Station
A Grade II listed building built in 1939.
Telephone Boxes Sculpture (London Road)
A sculpture by David Mach, commissioned in 1988 for the new relief road.
(Borough Name) Empire
Each Christmas a cosmopolitan, diverse audience visits for sensational shows.
This Grade I listed house was built in 1629.
At 135 metres, The London Eye is the world's largest cantilevered observation wheel.
This Grade II listed building was built by local farmer James Noakes in 1803.
(Borough Name) Park
London’s largest park with 2,500 acres of hills, woodlands, gardens and grassland.
Three Mills and its surrounding waterways is a beautiful conservation area.
Named after Victorian tea trader Frederick John Horniman.
Sir Winston Churchill was an MP for this area for 40 years.
Wimbledon Centre Court (AELTC)
The first match here was played in 1877.
St Pancras Station
When it opened in 1868, it was the largest enclosed space in the world.
Neasden Mandir Temple
Attracts over half a million visitors annually.
Gateway public artwork reflecting the area's Saxon heritage.
The Archer Statue
Scuplted by Eric Aumonier
(Borough Name) Clock Tower
Built in 1895 as the Borough's Town Hall.
St Johns Gate, Clerkenwell
The original Tudor Gate House to the Priory's English headquarters.
(Borough Name) Town Hall
The centrepiece of the impressive 1930s Civic Centre complex by P.D. Hepworth.
Was built over the Thames in 1894.
A reproduction of Shakespeare's original playhouse.
Tower of London
Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066-7.
Old Royal Observatory
This is the source of the Prime Meridian Line.
Built in the mid-1700's by Sir Edward Seymour.
Honeywood dates from the 17th century.
(Borough Name) Bridge
This bridge was built in 1887, designed by Sir Joesph Bazalgette.
Has event halls, a public ice rink and parklands.
St Mary's on the Hill
This beautiful church is visible for miles around; it has a history going back 900 years.
Natural History Museum
The building was designed in 1865 by Alfred Waterhouse to house Sir Hans Sloane's extensive collection of natural curiosities.
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