Guide to... Pepys Street
Pepys Street in the City of London is one of the most historic streets in London and is named after Samuel Pepys, Britain's most famous diarist whose diary gives a candid account of life in London in the 17th century. Samuel Pepys is buried in the graveyard at St Olave's Church on nearby Hart Street.
The area near Pepys Street is home to numerous hotels, bars, pubs, and places to eat; not to mention the numerous historical sites.
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Popular Nearby Streets & Areas: Aldgate (0.19km) Byward Street (0.12km) Crosswall (0.08km) Great Tower Street (0.16km) Mark Lane (0.09km) Mincing Lane (0.15km) Minories (0.14km) Savage Gardens (0.01km)
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