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Some interesting facts abot the Queen!Her Secret TalentFamously reserved in public, the queen may be a regular cut-up in private, reportedly doing surprisingly skilled impressions. But exactly whom she mimics is any commoner's guess -- her inner circle isn't telling.Her Human Alarm ClockThe queen wakes to the sound of her personal bagpiper every morning.Heady MonikersThe queen's tiaras have names such as "The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara" or "The Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara."No Passport NecessaryThe queen is well-traveled, but she doesn't have a passport. According to the official website of the British monarchy, "As a British passport is issued in the name of Her Majesty, it is unnecessary for The Queen to possess one."Rooms to SpareHer main residence, Buckingham Palace, has 775 rooms.Canine CompanionsHer favorite dog is the Corgi. She owns several at any given time.Famous FaceLong before she was the queen, she was a cover girl. She graced the cover of Time Magazine when she was 3 years old.Crowning GloryThe bejeweled gold crown that the queen donned during her 1953 coronation doesn't actually belong to her. Along with the rest of the collection known as the "Crown Jewels" -- including other crowns and other precious ceremonial objects -- it is property of the state.

Fast Facts-London is the biggest city in Britain and in Europe.-London has a population of 7,172,036 (2001)-About 12 per cent of Britain’s overall population live in London-London is the seat of central government in Britain.-The tallest building in London is the Canary Wharf Tower.-London was the first city in the world to have an underground railway, known as the 'Tube'.-There are over 100 theatres in London, including 50 in the West End.


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Write something about the local food, clothing, or traditions!Customs of British people Bristish favor individualism rather than group orientation. They like privacy. An Englishman’s home is his castle. This old saying sums up a fairly widespread tendency. Much of daily life is carried on indoors with the door shut. Especially older people can be really disturbed by having unexpected visitors.

Write something about the origin of the city!Shortly after the invasion of Britain by emperor Claudius in AD 43, the Romans founded the settlement Londinium at a strategic location near the river Thames, where the river could be crossed. Ships from the continent were able to reach the settlement, which quickly grew into the largest town in Britain. The most visible remain of Londinium is the city wall, which was built in the early 3rd century and reenforced in the ninth century during the reign of the Anglo-Saxon king Alfred the Great.

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This is the Coat of Arms!



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