Scroll down for the full official list of the 100 ICONS of England as voted by the public
You have landed on this page because you were searching for the ICONS project - or one of the iconic objects the project featured such as the Spitfire or the Red Telephone Box.
The ICONS project invited the public to nominate and vote for the icons we cherish about England in the 21st century - like The Mini and Monty Python - even things like the Full English Breakfast, Queueing and James Bond.
The project finished in 2011 and is no longer published online. But before you click away here is the final list of 100 as voted by the public:
Cup of Tea
Damien Hirst's Shark
English Sense of Humour
The FA Cup
Fish and chips
Fox-hunting and the Ban
Full English Breakfast
The Hay Wain
Henry Moore's Sculptures
Holbein's Henry VIII
King James Bible
The Lord of the Rings
LS Lowry's Figures
Mrs Beeton's Book Of Household Management
Narrowboats on Canals
Notting Hill Carnival
The Novels of Charles Dickens
The Oak Tree
Ordnance Survey Maps
The Origin Of Species
The Oxford English Dictionary
The Parish Church
The Peak District
The Phone Box
Pride And Prejudice
Punch and Judy
Queen's Head Stamp
Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding
The Routemaster Bus
The Seaside Pier
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
SS Empire Windrush
St George's Flag
Stiff Upper Lip
Sutton Hoo Helmet
The Works of Beatrix Potter
The Tower of London
The Tube Map
White Cliffs of Dover
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ICONS was the first project by ICONS Online, a not-for-profit organisation whose aim was to develop projects that provide stimulating interactive ways of exploring different cultural landscapes.
The website, which is no longer published online, was designed to piece together a portrait of the country in one very special online collection.