London

England

  • London is a city located in the country of England.
     

  • London is the capital city of England.
     

  • The official language of London is English.
     

  • London (and all of England) is part of the continent of Europe.
     

  • The country of England is an island and is part of 2 other island groups: Great Britain and the United Kingdom..

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  1. Even though English is the official language of London, over 300 languages are spoken in London.                       a

  2. There are over 150 museums in London.                                                              

  3. The King and Queen of England live in a place called Buckingham Palace.                                                                 

  4. London has a transportation system called The Underground but most of the trains run above the ground, not under the ground.                                                                           

  5. Some of the famous sites to visit while in London are:
    - The British Museum
    - Buckingham Palace
    - The Tower of London
    - The Parliament and Big Ben
    - Westminster Abbey and Saint Paul's Cathedral
    - Hyde Park

     

  6. Most people think it rains a lot in London but many other cities - like Rome (Italy) and Miami (USA) - get more rain than London.
     

  7. The flag of England has three colors on it: red, white and blue.
     

  8. In London (and all of England) cars drive on the left-hand side of the road.
     

  9. England is not the only country to have a city named London.  There are at least 10 cities in the United States named London!                                                                        

  10. The most famous residents of London are the Queen, the King and the rest of the Royal Family.