A city is a large and populated urban area. It is typically larger and more populous than a town, and it is generally organized around a central business district. Cities are often centers of culture, commerce, education, and government, and they are usually the home of a diverse range of people and industries. Cities are typically the hub of a larger metropolitan area, which is a region that includes the city and its surrounding suburbs. Some examples of famous cities include New York City, London, and Paris.

London Stock Exchange

The City of London in England, United Kingdom, is home to the London Stock Market (LSE), a stock exchange. The combined market capitalization of all the firms trading on the LSE as of November 2021 was £3.9 trillion. Its present location is in the City of London’s Paternoster Square, adjacent to St. Paul’s Cathedral. It […]

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Micklefield is a village and civil parish east of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It neighbours Garforth, Aberford and Brotherton and is close to the A1 Motorway. It is in the City of Leeds metropolitan borough. The population as of the 2011 Census was 1,893, increased from 1,852 in 2001.

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Moffat Tunnel

The Moffat Tunnel is a railroad and water tunnel that cuts through the Continental Divide in north-central Colorado. Named after Colorado railroad pioneer David Moffat, the tunnel’s first official railroad traffic passed through in February 1928. The Moffat Tunnel finally provided Denver with a western link through the Continental Divide, as both Cheyenne, Wyoming, to

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