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London, the capital of the United Kingdom also known as the "fog city" because its climate - almost - permanent fog and cloudy even in the summer. However, London is one of the oldest cities in the world. It is not only found in the plays of Shakespeare, but is also present in many Arab and international novels.
London is Britain's political, economic and cultural center as it hosts a large number of major universities, theaters, museums and major headquarters of international organizations and international companies. The most beautiful part of the city is the intercultural fusion that a tourist can recognize by simply walking on the sidewalk, riding the famous red bus, or traveling the London Underground with thousands of people of other nationalities. Here, it must be stressed that the London experience is complete only by riding one of the black taxis that offers a spectacular view of the city's landmarks
The city of London is suitable for all ages and nationalities. There are restaurants serving traditional cuisine from all over the world. One of the best food markets in the streets and parks, Borough Market south of the River Thames, next to the London Bridge. Other popular street markets that offer a variety of foods, clothes, jewelry and handicrafts are found on Brick Lane Street in the east of the city, Camden Market to the north and Portobello Road to the west; the fun of this market is getting out of the metro with a huge group of people heading to the same destination, Old craft on the way to the market. For the most exclusive shopping experience, there is Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus

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