Being the Olympic hosts of 2012, it also celebrates the Queens Diamond Jubilee, which will make for a summer of events throughout London and the United Kingdom.
A big year for Britain, for it will showcase the world’s largest sporting event in the summer, after a massive regeneration of east London, which will only mean prosperity to a nation struggling with financial difficulties. This will boost tourism now and in the coming years for a city which still remains the most visited city on earth!
The year also marks the Queens Diamond Jubilee, marking 50 years after the Queen took to the throne. It means a shuffle in bank holidays, and an additional day, making for 4 days of celebration on the first weekend of June, just 8 weeks before the Olympic opening.
So in tribute to Great Britain, a short video celebrating this nation.