The Secret City of London...
How much do you really know about the ancient city of London? No , not about London, but about the secret, smaller city of London, located in the center of London as we know it and having its own mayor, its own rules, its own budget and taxes etc.
London Is A City of Many Secrets...
London. Is there a city more famous? There have been settlements in the area of London for more than 6000 years, according to archeologists, and its own historic roots are stuck deep within the soil of history.
How on Earth Did This Magician Float Through London?
Pedestrians and drivers were amazed last week as magician Dynamo appeared to hover above them, holding on to a London bus. The magician and illusionist is famous for making such audacious stunts, and this one was very well, if puzzlingly, received. How do you think he did it?
The Foggiest Era of London In Remarkable Photography
In the first half of the 20th century, London was covered in almost constant “fog” until 1956, when the Clean Air Act was implemented, but the fatalities from the Great Smog in 1952, when the smog was at its highest, are said to have reached 12,000.
These London Buildings Are But an Empty Facade, But Why?
Leinster Gardens in London is a beautiful historical street, lined neatly with white Victorian houses. But it’s no ordinary street, as two of its seemingly normal houses, 23 and 24, aren’t real, they are just empty facades, in the most literal sense of this word. Why is that so?
The Tram: London's Fascinating Lost Transportation Network
However, over the past few decades, trams have almost completely vanished from London’s streets and only a handful of them remain today. But why? Why did London lose its amazing trams and do they have any future in the UK now? This video gives us some answers.
Window into the Past: See Today's London as it Was in 1927
London is one of the world's premier cities - and it has been for a long time. But how much has it changed in the last century? This unique video combines footage of London from 1924 with how it looks today.
These Sculptures Depict London in a Different Form
The theme was for them to create stunning paper sculptures of London landmarks! In their list of rules, the artists had to use the G.F. Smith's signature range of papers, Colorplan. And each sculpture had to sit on a stack of Colorplan paper measuring 42cmx42cm.
10 Intriguing and Creepy Facts About the Tower of London
The Tower of London held several Famous prisoners within its grounds At its very beginning, The Tower of London was to serve as the royal residence of William the Conqueror and become a symbol of the Norman king's power over Londoners.
Take a Walk Through London's Colorful, Flowery Streets
While London may see grey days for most of the year, Mother Nature, as you're about to see, continues to thrive. London has a lot of parks to offer, but alongside the greenery, London is adorned with stunning flowers, making its public spaces truly wonderful to walk through.
Rare Video: 1927 London in Real Color...
London was the final stop in a marathon journey around Britain filmed as a series of cinema travelogues.
WATCH: See the Inner Workings of London's Big Ben
This next, informative video will detail the inner workings of the most celebrated of clocks: Discover How Big Ben Is So Accurate In This Video clock, video, design, youtube, icon, London, watch, big ben, tower, accuracy, landmark, cultural Big Ben is probably the world's most famous clock tower, having
Why Does London Have a Skyscraper Shaped Like a Pickle?
London has a few unique, and even strange-looking, skyscrapers with quirky nicknames. It turns out that these iconic buildings weren’t designed that way just for aesthetic purposes. Learn the real reason London has some of the most oddly shaped skyscrapers in the world.
100 Years of Change: How Old London Compares With the New
London's origins can be traced back thousands of years, but only the past 100 years of the city's history are documented on film. In fact, this is the first video ever taken of this wondrous city. See the amazing comparison, side by side, between the early 20th and the early 21st century!
Joke: A Texan in London
Content Joke: A Texan in London joke A Texan is in London for business, and decides he'd like to see the sights before he leaves...
Joke: The Blondes Visit London
Two bowling teams, one of all Blondes and one of all Brunettes, charter a double-decker bus for a weekend bowling tournament in London. The Brunette team rides on the bottom of the bus. The Blonde team rides on the top level.
Fascinating Doors of London! The Beauty is Remarkable
Bella Foxwell is a photographer who has been capturing the beauty of London's doors , which most people would rarely ever take any notice of. However, if you had to take a look at her Instagram page, appropriately titled, The Doors of London, you will see a rainbow of quirky facades.
Christmas Comes to the Animals of the London Zoo!
At the world famous London Zoo various animals were given presents for the Christmas season. Although it is clear that they all appreciate the gesture, the different animals had hillarious and adorable reactions upon receiving their Christmas gift.
The Children of London 70 Years Ago – 16 Captivating Pics
The ones that really stood out from that collection were his photos of rambunctious children having fun on the streets of London.
These Crazy Stunts Were Performed By Trained Professionals
Prepare to be wowed as these 4 athletic extraordinaires make their way from London to the City of Love in the most unique fashion!
Mr. Bean Wants a Picture with One of the Queen's Guard...
Bean is having a nice day out in London and decides that he'd like a souvenir picture with one of the Queen's guards, but he just can't manage to get the composition right... Mr. Bean and the Queen's Guard funny, video, photo, laughter, youtube, baba recommends, queen, London, Mr. Bean, guard Mr.
20 Picturesque Ice Skating Rinks from Around the World
1) Somerset House, London, England source 2) Rockefeller Center, New York City, USA source 3) Ice Skating on the Strip, Las Vegas, USA source 4) Grouse Mountain, Vancouver, BC source 5) Red Square Rink, Moscow, Russia source 6) The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France source 7) Vienna Ice Dream, Austria source
How the World's Very First Subway Was Built
It was the beginning of 1863, and London’s not-yet-opened subway system – the very first of its kind in the world – had the city up in arms. The majority of people thought that the project, which cost more than 100 million dollars in today’s money, would never work. So how did they do it?
This is How the World's Very First Subway Was Built!