Tower of London

(redirected from The Tower of London)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to Tower of London

a fortress in London on the Thames

References in periodicals archive ?
Kenny, 58, served with the Green Howards for 24 years and retired as a Warrant Officer Class 2, which qualified him to apply for entry as a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London.
Jenny Waldman, Director of 14-18 NOW, said: "When the poppies were at the Tower of London it was telling the story of the huge amount of men that lost their lives.
The Tower of London poppies are coming to Cardiff next month DAN KITWOOD
According to the artist, whose exhibition commemorating the 886,000 British and Colonial deaths on the frontline during World War I was previously on show at the Tower of London, it was a "happy accident" that it ended up looking like the mythical creature's claw.
Superbreak offers a package with access to three of the capital's historic Royal landmarks - the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace and offers an insight into the lives and times of the British Monarchy.
Summary: It is currently housed in the Tower of London in the United Kingdom
Hebburn & Sunderland Sea Cadets Marching Band will represent the northern area at the national band competition and will perform against nine other bands at the Tower of London on Saturday, August 22.
IT planted a lasting memory for millions when the iconic poppies sculpture appeared at the Tower of London last year.
THE stars of hugely successful television series Game of Thrones turned out last night for the world premiere of the fifth series at the Tower of London.
THE ravens are already at the Tower of London and soon the rest of the Game Of Thrones cast will join them when the new series has its world premiere in the capital.
GIRLS at The Kingsley School in Leamington joined students from thousands of other schools for a national assembly on Remembrance which was broadcast live from the Tower of London.
DEAR Editor, Each one of us must surely be inspired by the 880,000-plus red ceramic poppies display, vividly describing a sea of blood filling the moat around the Tower of London.
HM Treasury on Thursday announced that the government will donate an amount equal to expected VAT receipts from the sale of the poppies used within the First World War commemorative installation at the Tower of London.
Summary: A gun salute has been fired at the Tower of London to mark the Queen's birthday.
Full browser ?