If you are interested in science, it is very worthwhile to take a look at the division of world time.More
If you are interested in science, it is very worthwhile to take a look at the division of world time.
The Royal Observatory in Greenwich, located in the east of London, is about an hour away from the city center by subway. After arriving at Greenwich Station, walk up the hill in the direction of Greenwich Park. It takes about ten to twenty minutes to reach the Royal Observatory on the top of the hill. , Here is the famous prime meridian landmark, which defines the date and time of the world, it is very ceremonial, and there are also ancient outdoor astronomical installations, clock museums, etc., where you can feel the concept of "time".
History of time
A fascinating place for star gazers and non star gazers alike to visit. It also contains London's only remaining planetarium which is worth a visit
Bound to be a highlight for any geography buff or anyone interested in world exploration.
Home of Greenwich Mean Time & the Prime Meridian, the Royal Observatory is considered one of the world's most important & historic scientific sites. It is the official starting point for every day, year & millennium at the stroke of midnight Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), as measured from the Prime Meridian. It is fun to stand in the eastern & western hemispheres, simultaneously, by placing your feet on either side of the Prime Meridian....a good photo op!