London Map for MCPE

Download the London map for Minecraft PE: visit the famous capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland.

London MCPE Map Highlights

The fair city of London was founded a long time ago: in the year 50 AD. It was called Londinium by Romans back then.

Many centuries after, England has become of the most respected and well-known kingdoms globally, and its capital has turned into a place for everyone.

In the 19th and 20th centenaries, the British Empire has reached its peak, and London has become the capital of the entire world.

Thence London is a literal bag full of various sights, statues, ancient buildings, marvels from all around the world, and more.

That’s why Minecraft PE users have dedicated so much time to rebuild this humankind’s glorious city in one map.

The UK’s capital is a rather ginormous city with hundreds of streets, avenues, channels, and bridges across Themes. MCPE builders have thence replicated only a part of it.

City Center

London is most commonly known for its humongous clocks — Big Ben. It stands right in the center of the city, right next to the Westminster Bridge and Westminster itself.

Her Queen’s Parliament, including The Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament assembled, resides here and drives the country’s policies.

All Minecraft PE players are free to walk in and join the seething disputes with the House of Commons members.

On the other hand, you can visit Trafalgar Square and admire Horatio Nelson’s statue, who commanded the Royal British navy at the challenging battle of Trafalgar.

Furthermore, this MCPE representation of London features many living quarters alongside Themes. Henceforth there’s a lot to go and explore here.

However, do not forget to pay respect and visit Her Majesty the Queen. Luckily, she is always free in Minecraft PE.

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Yes, you can do whatever you want.

You can look at gorgeous paintings or visit the House of Commons.

Yes, Themes is rather big in this map.


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