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    Victor Omotosho

    As much as you are working hard to succeed and pursue your career and life goals and applying for your student visa to study in UK, it is also important to regenerate new energy, which only comes when you relax and as an international student studying in The United Kingdom there are places that such excitement and fun can be drawn from.

    The UK is filled with tourist destinations and offers a good history, culture, place and historic trade as well as amusement.

    So as an international student studying in the UK you should definitely consider visiting some of these most famous landmarks and sights in the world.


    Stonehenge is one of the most iconic monuments in the world and, to this day, it remains a mystery as to why or how it was built. You are basically taken back to 2600 BC on visiting this archaeological site, and you sort of time travel into a realm of magic. It is said that this construction is not surrounded by walls alone, but by various secrets. The Nearest university to this sight is University of Bath

    Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence of Britain’s monarchy since 1837, Located in Westminster, the political and financial hub of London and home to the present monarch and her family. Whatever your schedule is a few hours or an entire day to adventure, spending time at Buckingham Palace is one of the finest way to get a true sense of Britain. The palace is open to the general public each year from August to September. Nearest universities are: King’s College London, Royal Holloway University and University of Westminster

    Edinburgh Castle

    The Edinburgh Castle is one of the most stunning castles in the United Kingdom which is found at the top of the Royal Mile. It is said that the castle stands on a seven hundred million-year-old volcano: Castle Rock. Edinburgh Castle is home to the Scottish crown jewels and you will also be able to see what life was like in Edinburgh Castle for kings and captives by visiting the rooms dedicated to each of them. Nearest University is the University of Edinburgh

    Some other most interesting sights to visit are; Cheddar Gorge, Hadrian’s wall England, National Football Museum, Tower of London.

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