What London landmark is famous for its ravens?

Here is the question :


Here is the option for the question :

  • Big Ben
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Tower of London
  • The British Museum

The Answer:

And, the answer for the the question is :

Tower of London


[STC0029] The departure of the ravens from the Tower of London is said to bring about the downfall of the entire kingdom if the mythology is to be believed.

Since at least the 17th century, when a decree from Charles II ordered the birds to be protected, they have been present at that location.

They only answer to their devoted ravenmaster, Chris Skaife, who spoils them with meaty delicacies and periodically cuts their wings so that they do not fly too far away from their territory.

The names Jubilee, Harris, Gripp, Rocky, Erin, Poppy, and Merlina have been given to the present ravens living in the tower.

(According to the tale, there are only allowed to be six birds total, and the seventh one is treated as a spare.

) They live on the South Lawn of the thousand-year-old fortress and can often be seen around the grounds, although tourists are warned to be careful of their extremely sharp beaks and claws.