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London is a big city with a great cultural diversity, since approximately one of every three inhabitants are foreign. There more than 300 different languages are spoken, more than in another city of the world. This is what makes London be considered to be the " capital of the languages " and a wonderful place to study English.


The British Library, near King's Cross, is among the top three world's libraries. Inside, there are works of inestimable value as the first folio Shakespeare wrote, the Diamond Sutra (a Buddhist text which is the oldest printed book in the world), etc..


if you cross under the bridge, you will find the DEAD MAN'S HOLE. Here, bodies of suicides and executed people were collected from the Thames and were left into the tank until they were buried.
Moreover, Londoners could only cross the river with the wherrymen. This place was one of such point to cross it and it is said that not all crossing people were alive because sometimes boatmen carried them to sell to anatomists at Barts Hospital who paid for 6d per body, rather than the Guy's South Shore Hospital.


Once of most important bands of London was Queen, here we have a song of Queen:

Don´t stop me now

Queen - Don't Stop Me Now (Official Video)


London is a city with a lot of filmmaker independents and commercials, for example Tim Roth, a prestigious actor and a director of one movie very recommended.
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Once of most populated sporty in London is David Beckam, ex-player of the Real Madrid (the best club in the history of the world).
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In the twentieth-century, however, Marxist historians introduced the use of the term "English Revolution" to describe the period of the English Civil Wars and Commonwealth period (1640–1660), in which Parliament challenged King Charles l's authority, engaged in civil conflict against his forces, and executed him in 1649. This was followed by a ten-year period of bourgeois republican government, the "Commonwealth", before monarchy was restored in the shape of Charles' son, Charles II in 1660.
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