London is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada on the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor with a metropolitan area population of about 432,451; the city proper has a population of about 360,000 (2005).
The cities of Windsor, London, Stratford and Kitchener in Southwestern Ontario offer an abundance of activities, from the cultural Stratford Festival to Kitchener's famously fun Oktoberfest.
|London, Ontario, Canada|
This region of south-central Ontario (midway between Toronto and Windsor) was modeled after the best of London, England. Therefore, London has its own Thames River, and nearby Stratford, the namesake of Shakespeare's hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon has its own internationally acclaimed theater festival and its own Avon River.
Many of the attractions in London are connected to local history. Fanshawe Pioneer Village is a re-creation of a town from the 1800s that presents crafts demonstrations. At the London Museum of Archeology, visitors can witness an ongoing archeological dig. Iroquoian life around the year 1000 is the focus of the Ska-Nah-Doht Iroquoian Village. Eldon House, built in 1834, is the city's oldest building, and you can also find and visit many lovely Victorian residences in town.
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