Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Albion monarchy.

Londinium (ロンディニウム rondiniumu), also known as Londinium City,[1] is the capital of the Kingdom of Albion. Standing on the the River Thames, Londinium has been a major settlement for three millennia, its history going back to its founding under the Roman Empire. In the early 22nd century AD, just prior to the apocalyptic war of Armageddon, Londinium was known as London, the capital of the United Kingdom. The UK did not survive Armageddon, but in its place the Kingdom of Albion was established, with London (renamed Londinium, once more) as the capital.

Buckingham Palace, the London residence of the British monarchy, remains in use as the royal palace of the Albion monarchy.


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