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What Did the Romans Call London?

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The Romans called London Londinium. The first Roman capital of the new province of Britannia was at Colchester. The Romans however realized the strategic importance of the Thames River as a communication and transport highway. Thereafter, a small existing settlement was built up to become a trade and administrative centre and it is known today as London.
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