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Those are a list of popular groups born in London:
Famous music festivals:
-Field Day 2015
-Calling Festival 2015
-British Summer Time @ Hyde Park 2015
-Lovebox Weekender 2015
-South West Four Weekender 2015
-Museum of Army Music.
-Museum of Asian Music,
-RCM Museum of Music.
-Royal Academy Of Music Museum.
London has hosted the Summer Olympics in 1908 in White City and 1948 at Wembley Stadium. In July 2005 London was chosen to host the Games in 2012, becoming the first city to host the Summer Olympics three times.
The most practiced sports in London:
Soccer is the most popular sport, both in terms of participants and spectators, in London. London has several of England's leading football clubs, and the city is home to thirteen professional teams and more than 80 amateur leagues regulated by the London Football Association. Most London clubs are named after the district in which they play or used to play. Fulham is London's oldest club still playing professionally, having been founded in 1879. Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are London's most successful teams in domestic and European competitions.
The history of cricket started hundreds of years ago during the 16th century. The game originated in southern England but today is popular in Australasia, England, the Indian subcontinent, the West Indies and Southern Africa. Since its early days cricket has produced many legendary players so today we’re going to take a look at the 3 best cricketers of all time.
1.Sir Don Bradman
Rugby is one of the world’s most popular sports, despite only becoming professional in the 90’s. It has produced many great players throughout the years, and here are the three we feel are the best. Several outstanding players had to be left out, because we just couldn’t find a place for them.
1. Jonah Lomu
2. Martin Johnson
3. Dan Carter
The Thames is the scene of the Ditch, which took place between universities of Oxford and Cambridge every year from Putney to Mortlake. In addition, there are numerous clubs of oar in the headquarters in London close to the Thames, especially in Putney's zone.
The All England Tennis and Croquet Club, headquarters of Wimbledon's Championships, is in Wimbledon, in the south of London. London is also Queen's Club's home, a prestigious sports club that shelters the annual Championship of the Queen. Also there exists the National Center of Tennis recently inaugurated by the Queen in Roehampton. London has produced some very talented tennis players over the years, including both men and women. These are some of the most talented British tennis players to ever live.
For years, the Towers of London have been the flagship of the basketball of London, which dominates the British league of Basketball (BBL) London Lions is a professional basketball team based in London, who compete in the British Basketball League – the top level men's basketball league in the United Kingdom. The club has previously been based in Hemel Hempstead, Watford and Milton Keynes prior to its re-location to London for the 2012–13 season.
The river Thames separates the North of the South of the city, and the central zone of London is delimited, in general terms, as the area that covers the line of meter Circle Line, up to the north shore of the river.
The public transport in London are divided for zones, departing from the center of London, which is the Zone 1, the minor's zones being numbered to major as one is moving away from the heart of the city. London has a total of 32 municipal districts mas the district known as " City of London ", all of them governed by independent
The west of London is known by his luxurious and most expensive neighborhoods, as Kensington and Belgravia, and account with some of the major attractions of the city, as the known room of concerts Royal Albert Hall and Kew Gardens's immense botanical gardens. In addition, it is the perfect zone to contemplate the spectacular architecture of his buildings and to go shopping. There they find the very well-known stores Harrods. In the East of the city he will find a great diversity: Brick Lane, a neighborhood with Bengali influences known specially by his restaurants specialized in curry, Shoreditch, ultramodern excellent neighborhood, and the Docklands, the former port zone re-turned into a symbol of modernity that surrounds Canary Wharf.
The south of London has a particular multicultural environment. It possesses one of the most important cultural centers of the city, the South Bank, the crowded street markets of Brixton and Deptford, Clapham's neighborhood street unexpected spectacles in which the public takes part, and Blackheath's calm and wooded zone.
Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London.
The tower is officially known as the Elizabeth Tower, renamed as such to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II. The tower holds the second largest four-faced chiming clock in the world. The tower has become one of the most prominent symbols of the United Kingdom and is often in the establishing shot of films set in London.
London Eye. After its opening in 2000, the striking wheel 135 meters high known as The London Eye .se has become one of the most emblematic of the city and across Britain icons.
Also known as the Millennium Wheel, the wheel is an achievement of design and engineering built over seven years by hundreds of workers from five different countries.
The London Eye was the largest observation wheel in the world until 2006 when it was surpassed by the Star of Nachang in Nachang (China). In 2008, 165 meters from the Singapore Flyer set a new record.
The Festival of Cinema of London (Swindle BFI London Film Festival) is the event more importantly of the United Kingdom and has celebrated his 50 anniversary in the edition of 2006.
Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (London, on August 13 of 1899-Bel Air, Los Angeles, on April 29, 1980) was the director of cinema and British producer. After a successful career in the British cinema in silent movies and in the first sonorous ones, which it led him to being considered to be the best director of England. His more famous movies are: The Lady Vanishes (1938) and Frenzy (1972).