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Statue of Richard III, Castle Gardens, Leicester, UK - last Plantagenet king of England and the last king to die in battle. History Of England, Uk History, Tudor History, European History, British History, Ancient History, Asian History, History Facts, King Richard 111

King Richard III statue, Castle Gardens, Leicester

Statue of Richard III, last Plantagenet king of England. Much maligned by the victorious Tudors, Shakespeare wrote him as crook-backed and treacherous, though no extant records record such a thing. He is also infamously supposed to have ordered the death of his nephews, thereby leaving his path to the throne clear after his brother, Edward's death. As of September '12 a dig is in progress in Leicester, to attempt to find his grave.

Clarence House, Leicester (formerly Old Wyggeston Girl's School, later City Boys.) Photo by Ned Trifle. Places In Europe, Places To Visit, Leicester England, Clarence House, University Of Utah, City Boy, City Architecture, Isle Of Wight, East Sussex

Clarence House, Leicester (formerly Old Wyggeston Girl's School)

Clarence House, Leicester (formerly Old Wyggeston Girl's School). Photo by Ned Trifle

Clock tower in Leicester Centre, England Hosanna In The Highest, Leicester England, Travel English, English Christmas, Places In England, Going On A Trip, Roller Coaster, Tower Bridge, Great Britain

Clock tower in Leicester Centre

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- LON141992 GB. England. Leicester Cathedral. (St Martin’s) From 'The English Cathedral', a Book published by Merrell in October 2012. Between 2010 and 2012 Peter Marlow photographed the Nave's of all forty two of England's Anglican cathedrals using only natural light at dawn. Marlow’s photographs are accompanied by his commentary on the project, including sketches and preparatory shots; an introduction by V&A senior photography curator Martin Barnes on the tradition of church…

The Victoria Coffee House building, Leicester, England Leicester England, Warwick Castle, Republic Of Ireland, House Building, Beautiful Architecture, Day Trip, Great Britain, United Kingdom, Scotland

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Lost in Leicester Leicester England, Life In The Uk, Genius Loci, Space Place, Sense Of Place, Republic Of Ireland, Foxes, Great Britain, Uganda

Lost in Leicester

From the town hall square I set off on foot in the general direction of my hotel. This resulted in me getting pleasantly lost and seeing a number of buildings I otherwise would have missed. This impressive edifice on Belvoir street being one example. Helen has more info on her photostream.

Leicester City Council New Walk Centre, Welford Place - before demolition on 22 Feb. Photo by Kiran Parmar. Leicester England, Life In The Uk, City Council, Uganda, Big Ben, Centre, Nostalgia, October, History

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Last look inside the Leicester City Council Building. 2014

Leicester fire station at Lancaster Road, lots of pictures / Art Deco Leicester England, Lancaster, Clocks, Photos, Pictures, Art Deco, Fire, Hands, History

 

Leicester fire station at Lancaster Road, lots of pictures / Art Deco

The High Cross marker, Leicester, Still there if you look hard enough amongst the new brickwork on the road. The High Cross itself is a few yards away on Jubilee Square. Leicester England, Space Place, Republic Of Ireland, City Council, Brickwork, Local History, Marker, Yards, Street View

The High Cross marker, Leicester, 2012. Still there (2015) if you look hard enough amongst the new brickwork on the road. The High Cross itself is a few yards away on Jubilee Square.