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Royal Observatory
Royal Observatory, Greenwich

Royal Observatory, Blackheath Avenue, London, SE10 8XJ

Part of the National Maritime Museum, features astronomical and navigational tools, a planetariumRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Anne Hyde And James II Grey Plaque - On part of this site in 1640 was built Worcester House where lived Edward second Marquess of Worcester. At midnight on the 3rd. September, 1660, Anne Hyde daughter of the Earl of Clarendon was secretly married here to the Duke of York (afterwards James II) whose two daughters, Mary and Anne, became Queens of England.
Winston Churchill Green Plaque - Sir Winston Churchill 1874-1965 Lived Here 1880-1883
John Johnson And Leyton Town Hall Blue Plaque - Leyton Town Hall. Grade II Listed building. Designed by John Johnson in a rich eclectic style after a competition involving over 30 entries. Erected 1894-96 to replace the original public offices now Leyton Library
Isaac Newton Stone Plaque - Sir Isaac Newton  Lived in a house on this site  1710-1727
Mark Lemon Blue Plaque - Mark Lemon co-founder and first editor of "Punch" lived in this house 1817 to 1823
Charles Dickens Plaque - Charles Dickens novelist born 1812 died 1870 lived for a time in Furnivals Inn close to this spot and there wrote Pickwick in the year 1836.

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