London is one of the most populated cities in the the United Kingdom, and at the same time, this city is the capital of this country as well. Located in Europe, you may find the city easily with the following GPS coordinates: 51.36N latitude / 00.05W longitude. For routing in London, please check the free driving directions London service below.
When you visit The United Kingdom, be prepared that the official spoken language(s) is English, and the officially used currency is British pound (GBP).
London, the capital city, has numerous population; 9 005 000 counted together with the city’s metropolitan areas. While London counts around the inhabitants mentioned earlier, the mother country, the United Kingdom, bears 66 573 504 sum citizens spreading on its 93 784,18 sq mi / 242 900 km2 territory.
The form of the ruling government in The United Kingdom is Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy, and interestingly note that the people here share the motto: Dieu et mon droit, while salute for the national anthem called: God save the Queen.
Google maps London, and the satellite map of the city is a free and useful dynamic tool to discover the capital of The United Kingdom and the neighboring countries like Ireland.
Please have a look at the information page of this country for a wide range of information such as economic data, population, geographical knowledge, additional the the United Kingdom Google maps, satellite imagery, etc.
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Short geographic information for the United Kingdom
The United Kingdom, consisting of Great Britain (England, Wales, and Scotland ) and Northern Ireland, is twice the size of New York State. England, in the southeast part of the British Isles, is separated from Scotland on the north by the granite Cheviot Hills from them the Pennine chain of uplands extends south through the center of England, reaching its highest point in the Lake District in the northwest. To the west along the border of Wales – a land of steep hills and valleys are the Cambrian Mountains, while the Cotswolds, a range of hills in Gloucestershire, extend into the surrounding shires. Important rivers flowing into the North Sea are the Thames, Humber, Tees, and Tyne. In the west are the Severn and Wye, which empty into the Bristol Channel and are navigable, as are the Mersey and Ribble.