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ST BARTHOLOMEW THE GREAT: A ROMANESQUE GEM IN THE CITY -Flickering Lamps

Bartholomew the Great Church-the City of London’s oldest parish church, a rare survivor from the Great Fire, albeit much changed from its early years.

St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle  The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,

George's Chapel, Windsor Castle The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,-- I need to gooo and have a Tudor Tour :)

INTERIOR - On the west side of St. Martin's Lane, near Long Acre, is Aldridge's Horse Repository — a middle-class " Tattersall's

On the west side of St. Martin's Lane, near Long Acre, is Aldridge's Horse Repository — a middle-class " Tattersall's.

The Stone of Destiny, otherwise known as An Lia Fàil, or the Stone of Scone, revered for centuries as a holy relic, played a central role in...

Scottish Coronation Stone, the Stone of Destiny. (The Stone of Scone) The stone itself is a block of red sandstone, and was said to have been used by Jacob, father of the twelve tribes of Israel, as a pillow.

Probably the most famous ghost on the London Underground can be found at the abandoned British Museum station. The station closed on the 25 ...

Probably the most famous ghost on the London Underground can be found at the abandoned British Museum station. The station closed on the 25 .

Round Church Cambridge Interior

Round Church Cambridge Interior

James Pollard, 1792–1867, British, Epsom Races: Settling Day at Tattersalls, 1834 to 1835, Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

James Pollard - (British) - Epsom Races - Settling Day at Tattersalls

The emperor of Russia at the Pulteney hotel 1814. The grand hotel on Piccadilly was acquired in 1821 by

The history of London hotels, via miles faster (pictured, the emperor of Russia at the Pulteney Hotel,

Hanover-Square-Rooms-interior - Hanover Square Rooms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Regency Hot Spots: Hanover Square Rooms, via Regency Reader. The Hanover Square Rooms, or Queen's Concert Rooms, were established in 1774 in apartments at the corner of Hanover Square in London. For a century, this was the main concert venue in London.

A view of the Savoy Palace, with Somerset House beyond c.1760 with the spires of St Mary-le-Strand & St Clement Danes

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A view of the Savoy Palace, with Somerset House beyond with the spires of St Mary-le-Strand & St Clement Danes

Temple of Concord. Green Park. 1814Twitter / BLMaps: Temple of Concord in Green ...

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Temple of Concord. / BLMaps: Temple of Concord in Green .

Opened in 1816, Millbank Prison was intended to lead the way in a progressive style of prison design and management in the UK. It barely lasted 70 years, however, and was overtaken as the National Penitentiary by Pentonville.  For most of Millbank's life, it was used to hold prisoners awaiting 'transportation' to Australia. It may well have been just such prisoners who once occupied these Millbank cells, now located under the Morpeth Arms, once the 'local' for prison staff.

Opened in 1816, Millbank Prison was intended to lead the way in a progressive style of prison design and management in the UK. It barely lasted 70 years, however, and was overtaken as the National Penitentiary by Pentonville. For most of Millbank's life, it was used to hold prisoners awaiting 'transportation' to Australia. It may well have been just such prisoners who once occupied these Millbank cells, now located under the Morpeth Arms, once the 'local' for prison staff.

Montagu House, the original home of the British Museum, as it would have looked in 1800.

Montagu House, the original home of the British Museum, as it would have looked in

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