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14 Diagrams That Will Change The Way You Look At London

Fourteen thousand, six hundred, and 16 Londoners are drinking tea at this very minute.

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1. London consumes 146,148 pints every hour.

From East Village London.
East Village London / Via londonliving.at

2. There are 1,038 galleries and museums in the city.

From the Greater London Authority.

3. Big Ben is the bell, not the clock.

From Expedia.

4. There are more twentysomething single men in London than women.

From London: The Information Capital by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti, published by Particular Books.
theinformationcapital.com

From London: The Information Capital by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti, published by Particular Books.

5. A typical first date in London is worth about £77.

From match.com.

6. Over the last 100 years, the London population has doubled and the average income has increased by 3,200%.

From Check-in-London.
Check-in-London / Via visual.ly

7. London has more restaurants, but Paris has better (and more expensive) ones.

From House Trip.

8. You can actually get married on the London Eye.

From Confused.

9. Londoners are some of the world's most educated urbanites.

From Statista.

10. Up to 64% of vehicles on main roads during morning rush hour are bicycles.

From First Personal Injury.
First Personal Injury / Via londontopia.net

11. London may not have the beaches of Sydney, but it's second to none when it comes to rolling green parks.

From Expedia.
Expedia.co.uk

From Expedia.

12. London has the most billionaires.

From Print Some.

13. New Cross is for poor hipsters, apparently.

While Soho is for rich hipsters, Notting Hill is made up of white people with dreads, and Hyde Park is all Russian Oil barons and the trohpy wives who love them. From HostelBookers.
HostelBookers / Via hyperplinks.com

While Soho is for rich hipsters, Notting Hill is made up of white people with dreads, and Hyde Park is all Russian Oil barons and the trohpy wives who love them.

From HostelBookers.

14. London is a bona fide film star.

Universal Pictures

For the interactive movie map of London, click here.