Unknown facts about the fog capital of London

Many are ignorant of many details about London, including that the capital of fog is the smallest city in England, and it is one of the strange and exciting facts that you probably do not know about London even if you are a resident, and according to 24ae, there are a group of strange facts about the city, according to the website Evans Evans Tours who compiled these facts..

• The smallest city in England

The huge city that most of us know as London is actually called “Greater London”, while the City of London itself is a small part of this sprawling metropolis. It has a population of just 9,123, making it the smallest in England.

• It is not very rainy

The British capital is famous all over the world as a rainy city, but this is not true at all, as London actually sees less rain than Rome, Miami and Sydney in terms of volume and number of rainy days.

• Most of its inhabitants do not live there

Walk the streets of London and most of the people around you probably won’t be “real” Londoners. The resident population of Greater London is just over 8.5 million people. However, the city receives more than 16 million visitors each year, which is a staggering number.

• Traffic hasn’t improved in 100 years

The top speed is 7.4 mph, which is the same speed as a horse and buggy.

• Not the only one on behalf of London

The capital of the United Kingdom is not the only city in the world named London. In the United States there are 10 cities with the same name and one in Canada, there is even an asteroid called London.

• More than half of its subterranean passages are above ground

• Technically a jungle

London boasts so many green spaces to enjoy that its density of trees per square mile qualifies as a forest.

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