For a long time, Greenwich is a pioneer to whole world’s time zone. Literally, here common people always cross the time line. It is a district of South London, England located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Greenwich always overcomes the boundaries of standard disciplines as Greenwich Maritime History. It is mainly the study of human activity at sea and it covers a broad thematic element of history that often uses a global approach. Greenwich is also famous for giving its name to the Greenwich Mean Time which is originally referring to solar time at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.
Later it transformed into a very crucial subject to world, The Global Time Standard. Greenwich city always carries royal tag with it as it becomes the site of Royal Palace, the Palace of Placentia and history says it was even the birthplace of many “House of Tudor”. But these palaces of Greenwich fall victim to the English Civil war and rebuilt as the Royal Naval College. The word “Greenwich” is actually a Anglo Saxon word which means green place on the bay. Two poor law Unions are the most important pillars of London’s industrial and cultural site.