Sightseeing London, United Kingdom

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New Hall School The Avenue Boreham Chelmsford Essex CM3 3HS 
01245 467 588
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Welcome to New Hall, a leading Catholic independent boarding & day school for boys and girls aged 3-18. Founded in 1642, New Hall School, Chelmsford, is the oldest Catholic school in England that has always taken girls. Following the establishment of its new charitable status as New Hall School Trust in 2005, in a pioneering move the former convent ...»
England, London 
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Raised in 1843 and now one of London`s best-loved monuments, commemorates the one-armed, one-eyed admiral who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, but paid for it with his life. The statue which surmounts the granite column is more than triple life-size but still manages to appear minuscule, and is coated in anti-pigeon gel to try ...»
England, London 
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During the weekend this place is absolutely packed with people. Nightlife is in abundance here, especially with nightclubs like the Hippodrome, MGM Cinema, local pubs and bars, people trying to draw your picture and the Trocadero centre. Inside the Trocadero is Segaworld the world`s largest indoor theme park, spanning seven floors and offering you ...»
St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, City of London WC2N, United Kingdom 
07760 426775
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Baptisms & Marriages

If you wish to be baptised, to have your child baptised, or to be married at St Martin's, the general guidelines regarding eligibility are as follows.

The Church of England operates on a geographical basis. Your local parish church has a responsibility for your pastoral care and as part of this offers the services of Bapt ...»
England, London 
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Situated in the middle of the West India Docks (East London). Most famous building is Cesar Pelli`s landmark tower, officially known as One Canada Square, which at 800ft is one of the highest buildings in Europe. It is the world`s first skyscraper to be clad in stainless steel. Due to the high security measures in today`s world you will not be perm ...»
England, London 
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Ever wondered why do English celebrate Fawkes night with a huge bonfires and fireworks? Here is why. Fawkes was a Catholic caught in the cellars at Westminster Hall trying to blow up the House of Lords on November 5, 1605. Later on, he was hanged, drawn and quartered in Old Palace Yard. You see, we celebrate his unsuccessful attempt in burning the ...»
England, London 
0891 505452
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Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1. Take tube to Victoria, St James`s Park or Green Park tube station. There are actually two ceremonies at separate places. The more popular venue is Buckingham Palace where at 11. 30am on most days The Queen`s Guard, accompanied by a band, arrives from Wellington Barracks having marched via Bird Cage Walk to the pa ...»
England, London 
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After fifteen years of problems and millions of public money spent, the library finally opened its doors to the public in the spring of 1998. The sheer number of books inside will take your breath away. This is actually the largest library in London. Location - Euston Road (near St Pancras Station). www. bl. uk | Hotels near King`s Cross or Euston
48 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W, United Kingdom 
44 20 7233 9533
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The Company began as a family operation and was formed in 1991 in London by Richard, Eleanor and Des Maybury. Starting with only two buses its focus upon entertainment, customer service and passionate local knowledge has enabled the company to become one of the largest open-top bus tour operators in the world, with 80 buses in London alone.
England, London 
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St. John`s Wood, London, NW8 - since the Beatles lived in London for much of the 1960`s it is hardly surprising that the capital is riddled with Beatle associations. The prime Beatles landmark is, of course, the Abbey Road zebra crossing featured on the album cover, located near the EMI studios, where the group recorded most of their albums.
England, London 
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Joseph Merrick, better known as the `Elephant Man`, was discovered in a freak show by Dr Treves, and subsequently admitted as a patient to the Royal London Hospital on Whitechapel Road. He remained there, on show as a medical freak for four years until his death in 1890. The hospital still owns his skeleton (it is not on public display).
England, London 
0207 902 1500
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The biggest crowds currently to be found along Bankside are milling around this place, a spectacular reconstruction of the polygonal playhouse where most of the Bard`s later works were first performed. (The original site of the Globe, marked by a blackened plaque on a brewery wall on Park Street, lies beneath a listed Georgian terrace. )
England, London 
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The Royal Festival Hall stands at the heart of Southbank Centre complex. Opened in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain, the hall is one of the world’s leading concert venues, presenting concerts by the finest international orchestras, operas, and a wide spread of contemporary music events, from jazz to world, to rock and pop music.
England, London 
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The brief boat trip from Greenwich or Westminster passes drab industrial landscapes before gliding towards the gleaming fins of the Thames Barrier. London has been subject to flooding from surge tides since before 1236, when it was reported that in "the great Palace of Westminster men did row with wherries in the midst of the Hall".
England, London 
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Located on the other side of the Royal Academy, and built in 1819 for Lord Cavendish this is London`s longest and most expensive nineteenth-century arcade. It is still illegal to whistle, sing, hum, hurry or carry large packages. If you want to spend your money quickly in London then this is the place that will take care of it.
England, London 
0208 858 6376
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The most famous thing about London Greenwich is the Old Royal Observatory from where time all over the world is measured. Another delightful sight for your eyes is the world`s last surviving tea clipper, Cutty Sark. Among the historical sights that await you are Sailors` bunks, old cutlery, and dolls dressed as people.
The College of Optometrists, 42 Craven Street, London WC2N, United Kingdom 
44 20 7839 6000
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A society where policymakers and the public understand the unique role optometrists play in providing the nation’s eye care, and recognise membership of the College as the guarantee of the best clinical and ethical standards from practitioners who put the welfare of the patients before all other considerations.
England, London 
0207 620 0374.
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Located on Lambeth Palace Road, this is the London museum that celebrates the woman who revolutionized the nursing profession by establishing the first school of nursing at St Thomas`s in 1859. Exhibits include the white lantern that earned her the nickname `The Lady with the Lamp` and many others.
England, London 
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Created in 1910 this Continental promenade is sliced diagonally across the former slums on the corner of Bloomsbury Way and Southampton Row, Holborn. It houses a couple of cafes and one of the city`s largest secondhand bookshops. Go there for a nice and pleasant Mediterranean feeling.
England, London 
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What started out in the seventeenth century as London`s first luxury neighbourhood is once more a highly desirable place to live, work and shop. Based around Inigo Jones`s piazza - London`s oldest planned square - the area had for years been a market centre for fruit and vegetables.


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