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Virtual Tour of 10 Downing Street

By January 22, 2007

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King George II gave Number 10 Downing Street to the then Prime Minister Robert Walpole, who lived in the building from 1735. Ever since then, Number 10 has been used as a home by all Britain's prime ministers, and now you can take a virtual tour of 10 Downing Street, the home of Britain's Prime Minister.

Visitors can scroll around eight parts of the house, including the Cabinet Room, State Dining Room, and the Grand Staircase. You can also click on objects such as a portrait of former prime minister Sir Winston Churchill, antique clocks and chairs, each of which gives a description and historical information.

Have a look at the Virtual Tour of Number 10 Downing Street.
Comments
January 22, 2007 at 2:38 pm
(1) Robin says:

Laura, That’s really cool. Thanks for posting it.

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