What are some physical characteristics of London?
The main topographical feature of London is the Thames River, which crosses the city from the east to the southwest. The Thames has many tributaries, most of which are now underground as they flow through London. The Thames is also a tidal river, and London is thus vulnerable to flooding.
What are the functions of London?
City functions can include:
- Selling expensive or rare goods/services e.g. London.
- Providing jobs in industry or services.
- As an administration centre for the area around it.
- As an entertainment centre, for example offering sporting attractions, shopping areas, restaurants,
- As a cultural centre.
What is London described?
London is the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom. It stands on the River Thames in south-east England at the head of a 50-mile (80 km) estuary down to the North Sea.
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How would you describe London city?
London is the capital of the United Kingdom and England. London is the city region with the highest population in the United Kingdom. With it being located along River Thames, London has been a central city since it was founded by the Romans two millennia ago under the name Londinium.
What are three physical features?
Landforms include hills, mountains, plateaus, canyons, and valleys, as well as shoreline features such as bays, peninsulas, and seas, including submerged features such as mid-ocean ridges, volcanoes, and the great ocean basins.
Is it very expensive to live in London?
London is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. This is due largely to the rapid rise in rental costs in recent years. Comparatively expensive prices for most restaurants, clubs, bars, cinemas, theatres, taxis and the London Underground are important factors too.
What is a brief history of London?
London began as a Roman settlement around 50 AD. The Roman London was initially a temporary riverside base and it was set in the north bank of the river. But soon “Londinum” -as Romans used to call it- flourished and became the capital city of the most northern province of the Roman Empire.