London, the oldest metropolis

London, the oldest metropolis

A financial and trading capital with 12.5 million residents, 43 universities, 400 km of underground lines. This is what a true metropolis looks like.

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London, Great Britain, England, capital city, global city, multicultural, Big Ben, Buckingham, Globe Theatre, Greenwich, London Eye, Thames, Shakespeare, Tower, Piccadilly Circus, observatory, city, regional, economy, geography

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Population: 12.5 million, 43 universities, 400km of underground lines, 3 Olympic games, London, GDP: 30%, Daily money circulation: 750 billion dollars, United Kingdom, Poland, Pakistan, India, Nigeria, Jamaica , The Globe Theatre, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace, Greenwich, Piccadilly Circus, London Eye

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