February 08, 2023
We are proud to be a patron of Big Ben: An Icon of Democracy and Leadership – an official publication from the History of Parliament Trust and to join official celebrations, honoring one of Britain's most iconic landmarks. This book showcases the Archaeological Paths company as a leader in the premier tours of Egypt with the participation of the most important figures in the world of today’s Egyptology – Archaeological Paths offers the most exclusive tours in the world, transporting guests not just to another place but a whole other time.
This fascinating book takes readers on a journey through time as it explores how this iconic structure has come to symbolize democracy and leadership over its 150-year lifespan. It looks at how this grand clock tower was built by skilled craftsmen using traditional techniques that are still used today in many parts of the world – even though technology has advanced significantly since then.
Not only will readers be able to explore these topics within Big Ben: An Icon Of Democracy And Leadership but also gain access to exclusive content from leading historians who have contributed their own unique perspectives on why such an icon has become so significant throughout history.
The book begins by giving readers a brief overview of how Big Ben came to be built during Queen Victoria's reign, while also highlighting its importance to British democracy and leadership over the years. It then goes on to explore various aspects related to this monument such as its architectural design, construction process, the symbolism associated with it, etc., all presented through vivid illustrations that bring these topics alive for readers. The final section provides interesting facts about this landmark which further enhance our understanding of its significance in today's world.
Archaeological Paths is thrilled to be one of the few luxury brands invited by St. James’ House to a book launch that took place in London, in the House of Lords, the upper chamber of the Parliament of the United Kingdom on February 1, 2023.