Every city has some history ranging from food, culture, etc., and so does London. London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a 21st-century city with a history stretching back to Roman times. At its center stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower, and Westminster Abbey, the site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex and the entire city – Google.


The Palace of Westminster is where meetings take place for the House of Common and the House Of Lords, the two houses of the parliament in the United Kingdom. The House of Commons consists of 650 members elected by the citizen of the United Kingdom, and the House of Lords consists of 780 sitting members appointed by the prime minister or have reserved seats due to their inheritance. Those who inherit the House of Lords seats are those whose family members were of the elites or famous generals.


London is a multicultural city. From the moment I landed in London, everywhere I go, there is culture everywhere. One minute you could be sipping tea; the next, you could drink in a traditional Irish pub. A beautiful culture exists everywhere in the street in the building where you live. Surprisingly, minorities are the majority here in the London demographic.


Music is everywhere, especially in the middle of the city, where you can see musicians playing instruments and singing to show their talent. Everyone seems to enjoy music, and a culture of love for concerts and street performances exists.

Cofee Shop

Name any coffee shop you could think of; London will have it near you within a walk. Everywhere you look, there is a coffee shop where everyone seems to relax, and others are studying for their classes. However, lest you be warned, they are expensive, but the taste is worth it. The coffee shop in London are luxurious and are always packed with people.

Education Culture

One of the most surprising things about education in London is that study space only exists after eight at night, and everything is closed except for restaurants, pubs, and other entertainment. Much emphasis is on reading and the seminar; it is common to have two and a half hours of lectures a day once per week. Before the mid-term and final exam, you will see students everywhere, such as in coffee shops, libraries, and museums.

The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people – UNKNOWN