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Why London Buses Are Red, Here Is The Correct Reason

As a sign of London, the red double decker buses are there in Tower Bridge and big ben. Why the colour red is selected? A theory says that recent prototypes were painted in red colour as a warning to the other people who are driving on the road. The sign … Continue reading

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Get to know more about the London’s Square Mile

London’s Square Mile   is a centre of the powerful financial town. This is really a great place to visit. The public roads haze into private forecourts. Seductive passages become corporate places. Most of the new city architecture has a grooming bravado. These are workplaces constructed to look good in the … Continue reading

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Some Of London’s 10,000 Lions At A Glance Come And Visit Them

It’s time for a comeback of Lions. After a big break, ions are coming back to the London zoo in this month with the opening of a sparkling new land of the lions display. If you are brave enough then you can even spend a night with the brave lions. … Continue reading

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The Hidden Facts About The Old Royal Naval College

During the period when the Christopher Wren was bespoke to construct a rest home for the elderly people of the nation, essentially the navy equivalent of Royal Hospital in Chelsea. The old Greenwich palace which was built from old bricks is renovated now. Charles II wanted to develop it but … Continue reading

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Peculiarities of London’s Borough Borders

If you think that 32 boroughs of London are good and clean then you need to rethink over it. If you know that one royal park is divided between two boroughs and also there are some bridges those are divided. Here we have mentioned a few weird London border facts. … Continue reading

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The top 9 places one can visit on the Disabled Access Day 2016

London takes care of everyone including the disabled people. There are many good places and events just for them and they can make them feel really good. The Disabled Access Day is held in London every year and just like every year it is back on this Saturday for the … Continue reading

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Discover the iconic film sets in London

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take a step into the movies of yesteryear and experience London as you have never seen it before? Let your imagination come alive and explore the locations of the great capital, twinned with the charm of Hollywood. What better way … Continue reading

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Indulge in a musical tour of the Chocolate Houses of London

The temptation of chocolate has always been on the tip of our tongues. We have grown up associating the tasty treats with festive occasions; from opening the doors on an advent calendar to tearing the foil off an Easter egg. Here is some food for thought: did you know that … Continue reading

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Uncover the art of today at the Anthony Reynolds Gallery

When we think of the cultural capitals of the world, Paris or New York may automatically come to our mind. While London is not necessarily at the top of our list, sit up and take notice as Britain is taking things in a fresh and forward direction. Just as the … Continue reading

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Discover London through the lens of Cinema

While London might not be as prodigious for being home/set of some of the highest grossing movies in history, it certainly has a knack for appearing in dozens of movies every year. Whether it be the Harry Potter movies, some of the James Bond classics, or different romantic comedies i.e. … Continue reading

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