The world-famous clock tower at London's famous Palace of Westminister is known as Big Ben, but did you know that the name actually applies only to the bell inside the tower? The tower itself is officially named "Elizabeth Tower", having been named that in honor of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee in 2012. Originally it was simply known as the Clock Tower. The tower itself sits at the north end of the palace, which is the home of the United Kingdom's Parliament. And it is truly a sight to see in person.
This ornament has been crafted with wood, sisal ribbon, and a hanger. The image has been sealed to protect it. The seal coating can cause a slight glare when photographing it.