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Who is the Queen of London?

There is no Queen of London.    Queen Elizabeth II, who lives in London (some of the time), is  Queen of The United Kingdom (Northen Ireland, England, Scotland and  W (MORE)
In England

Why did London change after the fire of London?

  Because of a desire to reshape that portion of the city in a more hygiene way, incorporate fire safety, make wharves more accessible from the Thames River, create wider (MORE)

London is on what continent?

London, England, is on the continent of Europe, even though the  British Isles are separated from the mainland by the English  Channel.   London, Canada, is on the conti (MORE)
In London

Which London station Southampton to London?

The fastest, most direct services run from London  Waterloo, operated by South West Trains. Up to three  trains per hour run from Waterloo to Southampton Central, taking  a (MORE)

Book Spotlight - In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

In March 2015 we lost one of the world's greatest literary minds - Sir Terry Pratchett. Terry was suffering from Alzheimer's and fiercely campaigned to raise awareness of the (MORE)
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Who built the London Bridge in London?

Peter of Colechurch between 1176 and 1209 Additional information: This depends on which London Bridge is the subject of this question. There have been a number of different (MORE)
In England

Why is the London eye important to London?

The London Eye was built as part of the city's millennium celebration just before the year 2000 along with such other city features as the Millennium bridge which crosses the (MORE)
In London

If the city of London is not London then where is London?

The City of London is the name of an area of London, where the stock markets are etc. London is a city, but the actual "City of London" is an area between East and Central Lon (MORE)
In England

Why is London specially?

London is specially because the queen lives there also it is the capital city of England. Also there are different religion lives there also it is a free county. Also there ar (MORE)

Is it correct to say are you in London or are you at London?

The correct phrase is - "Are you in London?." Let's give an example. Deanie Etcetera of the Netherlands learns that her beloved, Mitch Longley, is in England visiting a frien (MORE)