The iconic Big Ben and Houses of Parliament view from Westminster Bridge comes top of the pile as the best view in London according to a new study.
A survey conducted on behalf of Samsung, asked more than 2,500 people to vote from a list of ground level views, created by travel experts.
To celebrate the greatest British views, Britain's reining Landscape Photographer of the Year, Matthew Cattell shot all of the photos, which included other iconic views across the country, on a Galaxy S8.
You won't be surprised to learn that in second place in the London list was Tower Bridge, pictured from the Southbank.
Six of our beautiful west London views made it into the top 10, including deer in the morning mist in Richmond Park, which was number four.
Taking fifth place was Buckingham Palace from The Mall.
The view from St James' Park towards the London Eye was sixth, with the scenic canal views at Little Venice near Paddington , coming in at eighth place.
Rounding off the top 10 was Notting Hill 's Portobello Road and its multi-coloured terraced houses.
The study revealed on average, the British adult takes more than 1,000 pictures each year, predominantly on smartphones.
The survey also pinpointed what Brits love in a view, with 42% choosing rolling countryside, followed by 21% picking rugged coastlines, country villages was next on the list with a score of 20%, historical landmarks scored 15%, and also with a 15% vote was spires, cathedrals and architecture.
The full list of the 10 greatest London views looks like this:
1. Parliament and Big Ben, viewed from Westminster Bridge
2. Tower Bridge, from the Southbank
3. St Paul's, viewed from Millennium Bridge
4. Richmond Park, deer in the morning mist
5. Buckingham Palace as viewed from down The Mall
6. St James' Park, beyond the lake with the London Eye in the background
7. London skyline from Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath
8. Little Venice, barges on the canal
9. Canary Wharf from Greenwich Park
10. Portobello Road, multi-coloured terraced houses
Selected views are currently available to see at London's Coin Street Observatory.
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