Greenwich

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October 28, 2021

Greenwich is a small town that became its suburb with the expansion of London. The zero meridian passes through the center of this place, which was named after Greenwich. Greenwich is known for its university, which is one of the largest in the United Kingdom. Next to the university building, there is a large park in the center of which is an observatory. It was named after the Saxon word Grenevic, which means "green village". Elizabeth I Tudor, the absolutist ruler of England, was also born in this place and lived in this place for a while.

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Greenwich meridian Meridian The equator

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Greenwich Guide

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