The foremost Globe Theatre was constructed in Southwark in the year 1599 that was at centre of Shakespeare's London. However, in the year 1613, the theatre was burnt down while prop cannon shot a spark into the thatched roof during an act of Henry VIII.

It is a cultural, educational, and entertainment centre that accommodates a museum under the theatre, as well as research facilities. It is devoted to the knowledge and global understanding of Shakespeare in presentation. It was even rewarded the European Tourism Initiative Golden Star Award by the European Federation of Associations of Tourism Journalists.

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