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BRITAIN-BIGBEN/ANNIVERSARY
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May 30, 2009
The Big Ben Clock Tower is seen through a telescope in London April 30, 2009. Commonly called Big Ben,...
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The Big Ben Clock Tower is seen through a telescope in London
The Big Ben Clock Tower is seen through a telescope in London April 30, 2009. Commonly called Big Ben, which is actually the nickname of the bell inside it, the 96-metre Clock Tower looks down on the Houses of Parliament along the River Thames and has become a symbol of stability, endurance and democracy in Britain. It was 150 years ago on Sunday that the four-faced Great Clock started keeping time, and on July 11, 1859, Big Ben first struck time. Picture taken April 30. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
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