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          london
          Country : United Kingdom
          Currency : Pound sterling (GBP)
          Language : English
          Population
          City: 8 477 600 (2014)
          Metro: 12 496 800 (2014)
          Time
          Zone: Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
          London
          closeLondon, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, was founded 2000 years ago by the Romans as Londinium. The city has been Western Europe's largest city for centuries: as early as in 1700 more than 575,000 people lived in London.
          Today London is not only the largest city but also one of the most visited thanks to its numerous famous attractions such as the Tower Bridge and the Big Ben.
          Travel
          Random London Highlights
          Covent Garden, London
          This old square used to be the home of the largest fruit-and vegetable market in England, but it is now a very popular shopping, eating and entertainment area.
          O2 Arena, London
          This huge dome was built as part of London's millennium celebrations. After the millennium exhibition was held here in 2000, it was converted into a multifunctional complex.
          Trafalgar Square, London
          The largest square in London is named after the Battle of Trafalgar where the English fleet defeated the French. The column at the center of the square honors Admiral Nelson who was fatally wounded during the battle.
          Nelson's Column, London
          One of London's most famous landmarks is Nelson's Column, the crowning piece of Trafalgar Square. The monument was built as a tribute to admiral Nelson, who died in 1805 while leading the British fleet to victory during the Battle of Trafalgar.

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