This is an illustration of Big Ben, which is the Great Bell of the clock at the northern end of the Palace of Westminster. Located in London, England, this clock tower is a beloved and widely recognized English landmark. This print will make a wonderful addition to any room and a great gift for those who love the city of London and this beautiful landmark!
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19.3" x 25.3"
18" x 24"
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