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The city of London is a capital of Great Britain, and it is one of the largest cities in Europe. London is one of the world's capitals of finance, fashion, arts and entertainment city. It is situated in spanning the famous river of Thames. The city has 7,825,200 populations in 2010 estimation and the city's total area is 607 sq mi. The city of London is a leading global city, with strengths in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism and transport all causative to its eminence. It is contains of different sub areas and they have distinct postal code for each area. London will develop the first city to host the modern Summer Olympic Games three times in 2010. This is the home for record of the international organizations and the city is ruled by the Lord Mayor of London. It has its own police power, call City of London police. London is reflected a luxurious city in the world and even though its home for many foreign migrants, still keeping its traditional heritage and neighboring. London offers many of tourist attractions and visited by millions of people annually.
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London Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The city of London is a major international and various cultural centers. The city is home to many museums, music, festivals, art galleries, theatres and cinemas which provide first class entertainment all week long. The London's people host many cultural events and festivals. There are network of parks, squares, and commons found throughout the city. Best squares are Grosvenors Square and Trafalgar Square, the latter a major landmark and popular venue for street performers. The city is home to both respected traditional companies and cutting-edge experimental companies. London is also one of the world's leading hubs for classical music, supporting no less than five major symphony groups they are the London Symphony, the Royal Philharmonic, the Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Symphony, and the BBC Philharmonic. There are two most famous theaters. It is home to over 240 museums, galleries, and other institutions, many of which are free of admission charges and are main tourist attractions as well as playing an exploration role. The city has held the Summer Olympics two times in 1908 and 1948. Football is the most popular sport in London. The sport is organized within specific boroughs rather than citywide, giving London 13 teams, each of which is thoroughly associated with a particular zone rather than the city itself. The city's other viewer sports include greyhound racing, hockey, and auto racing.

London Demographics
London total population - 7,825,200
London White population - 69.1%
London Mixed American population - 3.5%
London South Asian population - 13.3%
London Black population - 10.6%
London East Asian or Other population - 3.5%

London Education
The city of London is center for higher education coaching and research in Great Briton. There are more than 43 universities, colleges and primary schools and it is home to many world-leading education institutions. The city has many world-leading education institutions. It has also London Business School it is measured one of the world's leading business schools and in 2010 its MBA programs was ranked best in the world by the Financial Times. There are five major medical schools and it is also a major centre for biomedical research, and three of the UK's five academic health science centers are based in the city Imperial College Healthcare, King's Health Partners and UCL Partners in London. London has many business schools and specialist arts education institutions also.

London Symbols
London Motto - God save the Queen.

London Flag

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London History
On the third century middle age the Londinium was the largest city in Britain, with a population of as many as 50,000 residents, and its borders corresponded to those of today's historic central core. On the 5th century the Romans, under cordon by Germanic invaders, vacated Londinium, and the city entered a lengthy period of decompose and neglect. By the 12th century the city had a population of around 40,000 and had chosen its first mayor. In the 14th century the blow struck, in the form of the Black Death, which increase to London via ships traveling from Europe and eventually killed about one-third of England's population. In the 19th century there are the Industrial Revolution caused additional fall in living situation for many Londoners, polluting their air and worsening the already existing pollution of the Thames. During the two world wars of the 20th century brought air raids to London; those of World War II left the city decimated and necessitated large-scale transformation. In this century the city of London became the world's capital of popular culture and drew to a close, London was on the eve of a new era in local government as its citizens equipped to elect a mayor and council. In the current period the city of London government was restored, with the formation of the Greater London Authority.

London Tourism
Tourism is the main sector in the city of London. It has 27 million of visitors annually. The city's major tourist attractions including the British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, Natural History Museum, London Eye, Science Museum, Tower of London, National Maritime Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and Madame Tussauds.

London Transportation
Transportation is also a major sector of the city's economy. It is one of the four main areas of plan administered by the Mayor of London. The city of London has largest International Airport in the world. London Heathrow Airport, in Hillingdon, West London, is the busiest airport in the world for international traffic, and is the major center of the nation's flag carrier, British Airways. Bus network is one of the largest in the world of London. It has a modern tram system, known as Tramlink, based in Croydon in South London. The city's railway system serves 270 stations and was created from a number of private companies, including the world's first underground electric line, the City and South London Railway.

London Universities
University of the Arts London, London, United Kingdom - 27,970 Students
Birkbeck, University of London, London, United Kingdom - 19,020 Students
Brunel University, Uxbridge, London, England - 15,446 Students
City University, London - 21,410 Students
University of East London, London, England - 26,315 Students
Goldsmiths, University of London, London, United Kingdom - 7,615 Students
University of Greenwich, Greenwich Campus, London - 24,915 Students
Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, England, United Kingdom - 23,135 Students
London Metropolitan University, London, England, UK - 28,525 Students
London South Bank University, Southwark, London, England, UK - 24,748 Students
Middlesex University, London, Greater London, United Kingdom - 23,175 Students
Queen Mary, University of London - 16,919 Students
Roehampton University, Roehampton, London, England, UK - 8,535 Students
St Mary's University College, Twickenham, Strawberry Hill, United Kingdom - 5,809 Students
University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom - 24,710 Students
University College London, London, United Kingdom - 23,250 Students
University of West London, Ealing, Brentford, Reading, and Slough, United Kingdom - 47,430 Students
BPP University College of Professional Studies, London, United Kingdom - 36,500 Students
Open University, Milton Keynes (main campus) & regional centres, United Kingdom - 168,850 Students

London Boroughs
Barking and Dagenham- 179,700 population
Barnet - 348,200 population
Bexley - 228,000 population
Brent - 256,600 population
Bromley - 312,400 population
Camden - 235,400 population
Croydon - 345,600 population
Ealing - 318,500 population
Enfield - 294,900 population
Greenwich - 228,500 population
Hackney - 219,200 population
Hammersmith and Fulham - 169,700 population
Haringey - 225,000 population
Harrow - 230,100 population
Havering - 236,100 population
Hillingdon - 266,100 population
Hounslow - 236,800 population
Islington - 194,100 population
Kensington and Chelsea - 169,500 population
Kingston upon Thames - 169,000 population
Lambeth - 284,500 population
Lewisham - 266,500 population
Merton - 208,800 population
Newham - 240,100 population
Redbridge - 270,500 population
Richmond upon Thames - 190,900 population
Southwark - 287,000 population
Sutton - 194,200 population
Tower Hamlets - 237,900 population
Waltham Forest - 227,100 population
Wandsworth - 289,600 population
Westminster - 253,100 population

London Religions
London Christian population is 58.2%
London No religion population is 15.8%
London Muslim population is 8.5%
London Religion not stated population is 8.7%
London Hindu population is 4.1%
London Jewish population is 2.1%
London Sikh population is 1.5%
London Buddhist population is 0.8%
London Other population is 0.2%

London Parks
Brompton Cemetery
Bushy Park
Green Park
Greenwich Park
St. James's Park
Hyde Park
Kensington Gardens
Regent's Park
Richmond Park

London Defunct Museums
Bethnal Green Museum, now known as the V&A Museum of Childhood
Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum
Dalí Universe
Egyptian Hall
Erith Museum
Geological Museum
Gilbert Collection, now part of the Victoria and Albert Museum
Hermitage Rooms
Jewish Museum
Livesey Museum for Children
London Gas Museum
London Museum, collections now at the Museum of London
Musaeum Tradescantianum
Museum of Mankind
Museum of the Moving Image
North Woolwich Old Station Museum
Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art
Theatre Museum

London Government
The city has its independently local government. In the year of 1998 referendum presented by the British labor government elected in 1997. The city's citizens are nominated for a restoration of government at the metropolitan level with the establishment of a mayor-council government to consist of a strong mayor directly elected by the voters and a 25-member assembly. There are dependable for most local services, such as local planning, schools, social services, local roads and refuse collection. The city of London is the base of the Government of the United Kingdom, which is located around the Palace of Westminster.

London Economy
The city of London was traditionally a shipping and manufacturing city. The city manufacturing has been eclipsed by financial services, in which London has developed into both a national and a world leader. The city's economy has been pretentious by the late-2000s financial crisis. The city's major economic sectors are tourism, transportation, agriculture and manufacturing. London laid maintains to one-third of all British employment in this sector supposedly the world's largest concentration of such jobs in one metropolitan center.

London Geography
London's status as the capital of England, and later the United Kingdom, has not at all been settled or confirmed officially by statute or in written form. The city of London has oceanic climate. Snowfall throughout March and April is rare but does occur every 2-3 years. Summers are commonly warm and cool winter. The city of London is a capital of Great Britain, and it is one of the largest cities in Europe. London is one of the world's capitals of finance, fashion, arts and entertainment city. It is situated in spanning the famous river of Thames. The city has 7,825,200 populations in 2010 estimation and the city's total area is 607 sq mi.

London Information Sources User Comments

3/7/2012 ChesterWrite Comment
Chelsea Football Club RULES!
The Chelsea Football Club is my favorite of all football clubs. They have been around since the early twentieth century and have won many victories, including winning the English championship twice. Go Chelsea FC! See you at the Stamford Bridge!
3/8/2012 MaggieWrite Comment
London Olympics
Among other cultural events, London will host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. They run from 27 July to 12 August 2012. In the past, London hosted the 1908 and 1948 Summer Olympic Games, making London the first city to host the games three times.
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