A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else.

As a standout amongst the most differing urban communities on the planet, London houses more than 8 million occupants, who by and large talk more than 300 dialects. Six ravens are as yet kept in the pinnacle today and they should stay there consistently because of superstitious reasons. St Paul's Cathedral was the tallest building (111 m/365 ft) in London from 1710 to 1962. It is the second biggest church in the UK after Liverpool Cathedral. The world's most seasoned open zoo opened in London in 1828. The world's first underground open restroom opened in 1855 under the asphalt alongside the Bank of England.

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