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Why is there a Greenwich Meridian?

The Prime Meridian based on Greenwich, England, is at 0 degrees longitude and all other meridians are "X" degrees east or west of it. The Prime Meridian was established for na (MORE)

Where is greenwich?

Greenwich is just 20 minutes from Central London in Zone 2 of London's travel network. It's easy to get here using river boat, Docklands Light Railway (DLR),train or bus. The (MORE)

What is the Greenwich line?

The Greenwich line is the Prime Meridian (0°). It is so named because it runs through the observatory at Greenwich, England. On the other side of the poles it is the Intern (MORE)

What is a Greenwich Median?

\nThere is only one Greenwich Meridian (which I think is what you're asking about). It is the zero degrees line of longitude, so when a map location is given the longitude is (MORE)

What is meridian Greenwich?

It's an imaginary line on the earth's surface. It joins the north and south poles, and passes through the meridian room of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, just south of L (MORE)

What does greenwich have to do with time?

For the English speaking part of this planet. Greenwich Mean Time is the basis for every other mesurement of Time. Greenwich is in fact a City in the UK country of England. It (MORE)
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Is Greenwich in London?

Yes, Greenwich is in London. In fact, Greenwich is a district in the south-east part of London, England.