Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Famous Cities of the London, UK

Officially known as “The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”, and commonly known as Britain or UK, the United Kingdom is a sovereign state which comprises of four countries - England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland.  UK is a permanent member of the United Nations. It is a member of the European Union, the G7, the G8, the G20, NATO, the Council of Europe, Commonwealth of Nations, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the World Trade Organization.

Major Cities of the UK
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1. London: The capital and the largest city of United Kingdom as well as of England, London is located on the banks of River Thames. The city has 32 boroughs. London is a one of the most popular tourist destinations of the world. London is a world center for music, shopping, theater, drama, literature and culture and if museums, theater and drama are your thing, you are spoil for choice here!
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2. Manchester:  A city best known for its football teams: Manchester United, the most supported and most hated team in England, and the up and coming billionaires across the street, Manchester City. Manchester's second claim to fame is its music.

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3. Birmingham: One of the most progressive cities in England, and considered to be the second largest in terms of population, Birmingham is a massive metropolitan area in the West Midlands region of the country.  One of the most progressive cities in England, and considered to be the second largest in terms of population, Birmingham is a massive metropolitan area in the West Midlands region of the country.

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4. Liverpool: Located in North West England, Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in Merseyside, England. The city has several heritage sites. Liverpool has seen a lot of investment in recent years, particularly around the famous newly revamped waterfront area. 'Liverpool One' is a new shopping and leisure complex, a brand new museum, pier head building, the 'Echo Arena' is a new concert venue and many new striking hotels and luxury apartment buildings blend a new skyline with the old familiar architecture.

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5. Glasgow: Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, with 620,000 inhabitants in the city area. It is a bustling city, situated on the River Clyde, and home to some beautiful Victorian architecture. Take in a visit to The Tall Shop (The Glen lee), check out the wonderful Glasgow Science Center and the People’s Palace and Winter Gardens. The Buchanan Shopping Mall is a great place to visit for shopping!

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6. Edinburgh: Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and is the seat of the Scottish Parliament. Being a University City, Edinburgh has over 60,000 students and attracts around 13 million visitors a year! You can find some of the most wonderful buildings of the British Isles here, including the 1,000-year-old Edinburgh Castle.

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7. Bristol: The 6th most populous city of England, Bristol is also a unitary authority area and ceremonial county in South West England. People from Bristol are called ‘Bristolians’. Bristol is currently in the midst of a revival. The once-degraded city center docks and harbor districts have seen significant restoration in recent years and rightfully so; from the 12th century until the 19th century this was one of the cities in England, and it seems a shame that Bristol faded so fast from the spotlight.

Other Cities of UK:

•    Oxford
•    Cambridge
•    Cardiff
•    Brighton
•    Newcastle-upon-Tyne
•    Leeds
•    York
•    Bath
•    Nottingham
•    Reading
•    Aberdeen
•    Chester

About the Author: Fakir Mohammad Zakir Hossain seems to have a neat and rich education background in a variety of disciplines. He is a mastermind and a big wheel to which success has been shining through his scholastic career to present date which witnesses him as a successful industrialist.

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