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London, England
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The City of London, one of the largest financial centres in the world[245] (Source)
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The London Stock Exchange at Paternoster Square in the City of London. Temple Bar can be seen at bottom left. (Source)
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The Natural History Museum (Source)
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The British Museum (Source)
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Two black London taxis, also known as a hackney carriage (Source)
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London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in Europe as well as the second busiest in the world for international passenger traffic. (Terminal 5C is pictured) (Source)
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The London Underground is the worlds oldest and second-longest rapid transit system (Source)
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Kings Cross railway station Western Concourse (Source)
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St Pancras International is the main terminal for high speed Eurostar and HS1 services, as well as commuter suburban Thameslink and inter-city East Midlands Trains services (Source)
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The red double decker bus is an iconic symbol of London (Source)
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Santander Cycle Hire near Victoria in Central London (Source)
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A dual bike road, but still a bike road in central London, just west of Tower of London (Source)
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Imperial College London, a world leading research university located in South Kensington (Source)
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Kings College London, established by Royal Charter having been founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington in 1829, is one of the founding colleges of the University of London (Source)
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Piccadilly Circus (Source)
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Harrods in Knightsbridge (Source)
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Scene of the annual Notting Hill Carnival, 2014 (Source)
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Shakespeares Globe is a modern reconstruction of the Globe Theatre on the south bank of the River Thames (Source)
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Sherlock Holmes Museum in Baker Street, bearing the number 221B (Source)
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Keats House, where Keats wrote his Ode to a Nightingale. The village of Hampstead has historically been a literary centre in London. (Source)
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The British Museum (Source)
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The Royal Albert Hall hosts concerts and musical events (Source)
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Abbey Road Studios, 3 Abbey Road, St Johns Wood, City of Westminster (Source)
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Wembley Stadium, home of the England football team, has a 90,000 capacity. It is the UKs biggest stadium. (Source)
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Twickenham, home of the England rugby union team, has an 82,000 capacity, the worlds largest rugby union stadium (Source)
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Centre Court at Wimbledon. First played in 1877, the Championships is the oldest tennis tournament in the world.[389] (Source)
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The citys name may derive from the River Thames. (Source)
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The Lancastrian siege of London in 1471 is attacked by a Yorkist sally (Source)
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Westminster Abbey, as seen in this painting (by Canaletto, 1749), is a World Heritage Site and one of Londons oldest and most important buildings (Source)
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Map of London in 1593. There is only one bridge across the Thames, but parts of Southwark on the south bank of the river have been developed. (Source)
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Vertues 1738 plan of the Lines of Communication, built during the English Civil War (Source)
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The Great Fire of London destroyed many parts of the city in 1666 (Source)
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View to the Royal Exchange in the City of London in 1886 (Source)
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British volunteer recruits in London, August 1914 (Source)
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A bombed-out London street during the Blitz of the Second World War (Source)
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Tower Bridge at the 2012 Summer Olympics (Source)
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10 Downing Street, official residence of the Prime Minister (Source)
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Satellite view of inner London (2010) (Source)
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London from Primrose Hill (Source)
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Aerial view of the Tower of London, a historic medieval castle (Source)
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30 St Mary Axe, also known as the Gherkin, towers over St Andrew Undershaft. Modern architecture juxtaposed by historic architecture is seen often in London (Source)
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Trafalgar Square and its fountains, with Nelsons Column on the right (Source)
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Fox on Ayres Street, Southwark, South London (Source)
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St Pauls Cathedral (Source)
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Langham Hotel (Source)
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First World Expo (Source)
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Indian traveller
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Hong Kong
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Aerial View of London at Night (Source)
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Colorful View of County Hall, London (Source)
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London Eye (Source)

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