|Location||South-east England, Europe (Earth)|
|Inhabitants|| 6.5 million people (1901),|
8.6 million people (1939),
8.2 million people (1951)
|Description||Capital of England, the United Kingdom, and the British Empire|
|Other names||The Big Smoke|
|Events||World War II (1939-1945)|
|Appearances|| The Magician's Nephew,|
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,
The Last Battle
It was also the original home to several important figures of Narnian history, including several Narnian kings and queens.
1900Uncle Andrew on a rampage through London, smashing and stealing a great many valuable items.
After their adventures in Narnia, Digory, Polly and Uncle Andrew returned to London, and Digory planted the apple from the Tree of Protection in the Ketterley's back garden where it grew into the tree, from whose wood eventually became the Wardrobe.
Digory and Polly later buried the rings around the young tree.
1940The Blitz began on the 7th of September in 1940, which lasted for 57 consecutive days or nights, where the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) bombed cities in London. During this time, there were mass evacuations of the city (some 250,000 people were moved in the first six weeks alone).
The government arranged free travel and billeting allowances for children, the elderly, the disabled, pregnant women, or the ill.
In 1949, after seeing a vision of the distressed King Tirian, the Seven Friends of Narnia determined upon getting back to Narnia. Peter and Edmund, dressed as workmen, returned to London to dig up the rings. However, on the train back, there was a wreck, and the Friends were killed and entered the Real Narnia.
- King Frank
- Queen Helen
- Professor Digory Kirke
- Polly Plummer
- High King Peter
- Queen Susan
- King Edmund
- Queen Lucy
- The Ketterleys' house
- The Plummers' house
- The Train Stations
- The Subway Station
- Colney Hatch
- Baker Street
- Lewisham Road
- In the Disney movie adaptation, the Pevensies were from Finchley, a district in the northern London Borough of Barnet.