Places

Admiralty Arch

The Mall, London SW1A 2BN

Admiralty Arch is a Grade 1 listed building situated next to the Old Admiralty Building and stretches across the road between Trafalgar Square and The Mall. Indeed, it was built to separate the public of the Square on oneRead more

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Albert Memorial

Kensington Gardens, South Kensington, London W2 2NJ

The Albert Memorial lies in Kensington Gardens opposite the Royal Albert Hall and has the roadway of Kensington Gore separating the two landmarks. It was erected in memory of Prince Albert, the beloved husband and consort of Queen Victoria,Read more

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All Hallows

Byward Steet, London EC3R 5BJ

Known as All Hallows by the Tower, due to its proximity to the Tower of London, the Anglican church was founded by the Abbey of Barking and is the oldest church in London, being originally called All Hallows Barking.Read more

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Bank of England

Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8AH

When William IV and Mary II came to power in 1688, the UK was a major trading nation, but its finance system hadn’t progressed at the same rate. An organised method of money and credit was needed and theRead more

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Banqueting House

The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London SW1A 2ER

Banqueting House was part of the old Whitehall Palace which, in its day was the largest palace in Europe. In 1698 the palace burnt down and the only surviving structure was Banqueting House. The Palace was originally the propertyRead more

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Blackfriars Bridge

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Blackfriars Bridge was built by Scottish engineer Robert Mylne and was started in 1760, being first opened in 1769 and called William Pitt Bridge at the time. It was 995ft long, built out of Portland Stone and cost onlyRead more

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