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History
by dwest61506
4 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Travel & Places
by Piruli
9 years ago
Claridges London Hotel

When visiting the United Kingdom, a trip to the world famous city of London is absolutely a must! The capital of Great Britain has a lot to offer and you can see world famous attractions like The Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. You can...

Travel & Places
by Dude88
8 years ago
Places To Go In London While Vacationing In London

If you are planning an escape to London it is important that you select the top give locations of choice. These can include anything you want to see, but there are five which come strongly recommended. Whether your budget is small or large you can still enjoy the many...

Travel & Places
by Dude88
8 years ago
Places to visit in London - London Eye

Since March of 2000, the London skyline has been graced with an iconic symbol of modern observation. With more than 35 million ticket sales, the London Eye has quickly replaced the stereotypical ways that people could view the great city.

Travel & Places
by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Visiting London, England-Family attractions

London can be an expensive place for families to visit, but it does not have to be. Much depends on the type of activities you and your family enjoy, and the time of year that you visit. Obviously, during the school holidays, and holiday periods in general, popular places...

Travel & Places
by Dude88
8 years ago
Places to visit in London - London Dungeons

When people think of the dark history London is steeped in, the frightful Dungeons come first in mind. With 1000 gory years of hair-curling history bathed in blood, 11 actor-cast shows and 2 bone chilling rides, you are educated about the Dungeons as you peek into their sordid past and feel the experience that thousands of condemned souls have years before your time.

Travel & Places
by Fran5050
5 years ago
The Sky's the Limit - Where to Get Best Views of London

Get best views of London from the Monument, London Eye, the top of the O2 arena, St Paul's Cathedral, the ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower, or The Shard.

Travel & Places
by lex123
9 years ago
London Sightseeing in One Day

If you are left with just one day in London, you may wonder what to see in such a short break. If you plan properly and have a lot of stamina you can see a lot of London within a single day. Picardily Circus:...

History
by PaulCrowe
9 years ago
The London Tube - Worlds First Underground Railway

The London Underground System known locally as 'The Tube' carries over one billion passengers every year, The Tube has in the region of 250 miles (400 kilometres) of track connecting 270 Tube stations.Although the official name is the Underground over half of the track is...

Sports
by Piruli
8 years ago
Soccer in London

London can rightfully be called soccer capital of Europe. This English metropolis is home to no fewer than fourteen clubs at various levels of professional soccer. Some of these clubs have a modern new stadium as their home ground, while other clubs play their home games in those typical...

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
5 years ago
London England Tourist Tips

London is a wonderful city for tourists. There are so many things to do.

Travel & Places
by Kevin
8 years ago
How to Travel Cheap to London For Spring Break

Traveling to London for Spring Break can be cheap, fun and educational! If you are looking to venture somewhere different without breaking the bank, London is a great spot for you!

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
9 years ago
Where to Stay In London - The Best Hotel Options Are in Paddington

Millions of tourists visit London to see the historical sights and the modern attractions. While there is a fabulous infrastructure for travel in and around the city, tourists can enjoy a better trip to London if they book their stay at a hotel in Paddington.

Travel & Places
by Dude88
8 years ago
London Zoo

London Zoo might be considered as one of the oldest zoos but it is without a doubt, the world's most famous. Since the year 1847, it has continuously mesmerized and delighted the visitors in its most unique possible way of promoting the mere importance of life conservation.

Travel & Places
by ManicScribbler
8 years ago
Why London is My Kind of Town

London is one of those cities which seethe with life all year round but in the summer it is particularly attractive and welcoming. This may be partly because the English are at their gleaming best in the summer months...

Travel & Places
by SparkyStar
5 years ago
My Top 5 Sights to Visit in London, UK

Are you planning on making a trip to England soon? Here is a list of my top 5 favorite sights to visit whilst you are here. In London there is always so much to do, but this guide will give you some great pointers.

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
9 years ago
How To Get Into The City Of London, England From Heathrow Airport

Did you know that the major international airports in London, England, are located many miles away from the city core? This article explains how you can best travel that distance. You can save money, time or both by following some easy pointers. Know before you go.

History
by sunflowers
5 years ago
The Oldest Underground Rail Network in the World

The oldest underground Metro system in the world has now been running for just over 150 years. There has been a lot of expansion and modernization since the first Metropolitan line opened in 1863. Read on if you want to find out more about the history of the Tube and the influence it has had on the rest of the world.

Health
by Pete_Bernard
9 years ago
London Marathon - How to Enter

The London Marathon Every year the London Marathon draws thousands of runners from all over the world. Unfortunately, there are many more runners who want to run than there are places. Getting into the London Marathon can be luck based, talent based...

Environment
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
The Great Smog of London: A 1952 Environmental Disaster

Over the course of Friday December 5th to Tuesday December 9th 1952, the sun failed to shine in London England due to a thick fog. This event was known as the Great Smog of '52 or Big Smoke. Since Roman times and possibly before, England had been known as the land of mist and fog to which its residents are no stranger to. However over those few days in December 1952, London did not experience just any fog. Good old London town was permeated with a thick and hazardous smog that claimed at least 4,000 lives during its short span and at least 12,000 afterwards.

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