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London
 Population:
51.446.000 (2008 estimate)
 Language(s):
    English / Cornish
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 Daniel Ed has added a new video to Language under the category Beginners.  
Learn English - Lesson #1: Fruit
English lesson #1 Fruit
Uploaded on 2013-02-26 14:49:13 - Watch
Raúl Hurtado: "A simple yet great lesson for beginners."
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Yulia Markova: "Fireworks explode over the tower Elizabeth during New Year celebrations in London. (AP Photo /Kirsty Wigglesworth)""
Written on 2013-12-31 13:47:44
 Caro bJOrcita Hur weiler has added a new video to Tourism under the category Notting Hill.  
NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL VIBES!
People, moments and vibes from the notting hill carnival
Uploaded on 2013-12-03 18:08:47 - Watch
 Yulia Markova has shared a new photo album.  
School photos from different countries
Created on 2013-12-03 11:03:49
Julian Germain (London, 1962)
School photos from different countries
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Yulia Markova: "Julian Germain (London, 1962) became interested in photography at school. He has recently exhibited and published Classroom Portraits, 2004 - 2012, a global project about education. He is also, as part of the No Olho da Rua collective, planning to publish and exhibit photographs made by Brazilian street children over the last 18 years. He lives and works in Northumberland, UK."
Written on 2013-12-03 11:04:14
 Miko the Kitty has added a new video to Culture under the category Traditions.  
England - Bonfire Night in Lewes
Guy Fawkes Night, an annual event celebrated primarily in Great Britain, is a day of thanksgiving for the failure of a plot to assassinate King James I on 5 November 1605. After the event failed, the people of London lit bonfires to celebrate that King James had survived this attempt on his life. Although the tradition of lighting bonfires has survived to this day, it is rather common to see them only at large organized events along with firework displays.
Uploaded on 2013-11-04 12:16:41 - Watch
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