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Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, Malet Place, Greater London, WC1E 6BT

1.06km

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UCL Institute of Archaeology
Institute of Archaeology Collections

UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, Greater London, WC1H 0PY

1.16km

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Rose Theatre Exhibition
Rose Theatre Exhibition

Rose Theatre Exhibition, 56 Park Street, Greater London, SE1 9AR

2.1km

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Crofton Roman Villa
Crofton Roman Villa

Crofton Roman Villa, Crofton Road, Greater London, BR6 8AF

13.76km

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Blue Plaques in London

British Broadcasting Corporation Black Plaque - British Broadcasting Corporation  1942 - 1957 From June 1942 for fifteen years. this building was the headquarters of the B.B.C. overseas services during the war direct broadcasts were made to America from the roof while air-raids were in progress.  The B.B.C. vacated the premises in November 1957
George Frampton Blue Plaque - George Frampton 1860-1928 sculptor lived and worked here 1894-1908
De Hems, London Bronze Plaque - De Hems was built in 1890 and originally called 'The Macclesfield'.  In the same year a retired Dutch sea captain called De Hem purchased the pub and reinvented it as an oyster bar.  He covered the interior walls of the building with them.  All 300,00 shells that had been collected were later transferred to the restaurant upstairs, which became known as the shell room.  During World War II the pub became a rendezvous point for the Dutch resistance.  The name of the pub was officially changed fro
Fred Perry Blue Plaque - Fred Perry 1909-1995 tennis champion lived here 1919-1935
Stevie Smith Blue Plaque - Stevie Smith 1902-1971 poet lived here, 1906-1971
Thomas Henry Wyatt Blue Plaque - Thomas Henry Wyatt 1807-1880 architect lived and died here

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