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A recent poll in the BBC News revealed which British symbols made participants most proud. The results listed in order:

  1. Shakespeare
  2. National Trust (conservation charity)
  3. Armed Forces
  4. Union Jack
  5. The Pound (currency)
  6. NHS (health system)
  7. The Monarchy
  8. BBC (media)
  9. Sporting Achievements
  10. The Beatles
  11. The Legal System
  12. Parliament

Available via Keep Calm Art Prints

You can view an early printing of Shakespeare's work 
and original handwritten lyrics by The Beatles
in the 'Treasures Room' at the British Library's
St Pancras location (London)

The world's largest library in terms of items,
this library is primarily used for research

Famous documents such as the Magna Carta (on view)
as well as original writings by Da Vinci (on view), Darwin,
and countless others are housed there

With most books out of view,
you can register for a 'reader pass' to enter a reading room and request a book
but it will take an hour to two days for your item to be retrieved

When I asked if my kids could see any children's books
the nice man laughed
and said 'ironically, they need to be 18 years old to see them here'

I'm curious what you think is 'the best of Britain'?