London was named after its Roman name - Londinium
no but their is a contry named england and london is its captal
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The Romans named London Londinium when they reached there in 43 AD.
London is named after the Roman Londinium.
Because it was
The Romans named it Londinium, and it was then adapted.
London was named after its Roman predecessor - Londinium.
i's a garden in the middle of london
London was first established by the Romans as a river port- they named it 'Londinium', and the name mutated to London after the Roman occupation of Britain ended.
They didn't - they named it Londinium, which eventually became London.
London is named after the name given to it by the Romans - Londinium.