Photo album: London
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London, south-east of Britain, is the capital and largest city of the United Kingdom. Long time the capital of the British Empire, it is always the political center and the seat of the Commonwealth. Founded 2000 years ago almost by … Read More

Tips for London tourists
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Learn The best universities of London are: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)  (LSE’s Old Building, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LSE_main_entrance.jpg) Imperial College City University est excellente pour le journalisme. SOAS King’s College University College London They are generally very international. Thus, … Read More

Notable attractions in London
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Tip: instead of buying a Visitor Travelcard difficult to monetize, you can enjoy the many offers “2 for 1” or “2 for the price of one.” Often they are associated with buying a train ticket. Even if you do not … Read More

How to get around London
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London is vast. The public transport system is expensive and somewhat run down (one of the oldest subway systems in the world), but the service provided is generally good. Accurate maps are available on the Transport for London website. Good … Read More

How to get in London
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  (London Eye, https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/File:London_Eye.JPG) Get in By plane Air France, easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways have regular flights to London. Air links with Europe are countless. France is particularly well endowed, with direct flights from major cities, but also from … Read More

Tower of London
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 (The tower of London. At the center of the fortress: the White Tower; on the Thames: Tower Bridge) Location: London Borough of Tower Hamlets, London, England Coordinates: 51°30′29″N 00°04′34″W Area – Castle: 12 acres (4.9 ha) – Tower Liberties: 6 acres … Read More

London Underground
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 (Mornington Crescent station on the Northern line, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:TubeStationWithTrain.jpg) Location: Greater London, Chiltern, Epping Forest, Three Rivers and Watford Entry into service: January 10, 1863 Length of network: 402 km Lines: 11 Stations: 270 Attendance: 1,229 billion (2012/13) or 3.37 million … Read More

City of London
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 (The eastern part of the City of London, seen from the south bank of the Thames in February 2016, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2016-02_City_of_London.jpg)  (Flag)  (Coat of arms, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Coat_of_Arms_of_The_City_of_London.svg) Nicknames: the Square Mile, the City Motto: Domine Dirige Nos (“Lord, direct (guide) us”, motto … Read More

London media
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 (Reuters headquarters in Canary Wharf, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Reuters-Building-30SC.JPG) London is one of the first communication centers in the world with the presence of a large number of communications companies. Most major British media and all major national television networks, including BBC News, … Read More

Sport in London
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 (Wembley Stadium, the most expensive stadium in the world, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wembley_Stadium_closeup.jpg) In the twentieth century, London has hosted numerous occasions of global sports events, such as the Summer Olympics three times, in 1908, 1948 and 2012, making it the first city … Read More

Culture of London
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Entertainment  (The O2, one of the largest domes in the world, originally built to celebrate the new millennium, this structure is now part of a reconstruction project and hosts many major events) Within the City of Westminster, the West End … Read More

Education in London
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 (Main entrance of Royal Holloway, a college of the University of London) Welcoming number of universities and other higher education institutions, London has about 378,000 students and is a major center for research and development. Most primary and secondary schools … Read More

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