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Gremio de Fenchurch (Savage Gardens)
Gremio de Fenchurch (Savage Gardens)

26A Savage Gardens, London, EC3N 2AR

Authentic Spanish dining in the heart of historic London. Próximamente ... London. Little sister to Gremio De Brixton...Read more

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DoubleTree Tower Hill by Hilton
DoubleTree Tower Hill by Hilton

7 Pepys Street, London, EC3N 4AF

0.04km

Discover the City at the DoubleTree Tower Hill hotel, near Tower of London and financial hubs. Rooms with iMacs and...Read more

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Trinity House
Trinity House

Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4DH

0.04km

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The Grange City Hotel
The Grange City Hotel

8-14 Cooper's Row, London, EC3N 2LY

0.05km

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City University Club
City University Club

42 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AP

0.05km

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Cheshire Cheese
Cheshire Cheese

48 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AP

0.05km

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Brasserie Blanc (Trinity Square)
Brasserie Blanc (Trinity Square)

14 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AA

0.07km

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Brasserie Blanc (Trinity Square)
Brasserie Blanc (Trinity Square)

14 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AA

0.07km

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Roma
Roma

14 New London Street, London, EC3R 7NA

0.07km

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Revolution (America Square)
Revolution (America Square)

Tower Hill, London, EC3N 2LS

0.07km

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The Windsor
The Windsor

2 New London Street, London, EC3R 7NA

0.08km

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Liberty Bounds
Liberty Bounds

15 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AA

0.08km

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Apex City of London Hotel
Apex City of London Hotel

1 Seething Lane, London, EC3N 4AX

0.08km

The Apex City of London is tucked away on Seething Lane, a tranquil street next to the medieval St Olave’s Church....Read more

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Marks and Spencer to Go
Marks and Spencer to Go

London

0.09km

Welcome to the M&S website. Shop clothing, home ... to Marks & Spencer. Get the finest Marks & Spencer products,...Read more

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Mas Q Menos
Mas Q Menos

3 London Street, London, EC3R

0.09km

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Blue Plaques in London

Dennis Gabor Blue Plaque - Dennis Gabor 1900-1979 physicist and inventor of holography lived here
Plaque № 8587 - Newington Green Church Built 1708, enlarged 1860.  Oldest non-conformist place of worship  in London, which is still in use.
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Northfields Station  Architect: Charles Holden & Partners, 1932  The first station opened here in 1905, on the District line, but the present building was constructed as part of the 1930's extension of the Piccadilly line that helped fuel the suburban growth of this once rural part of London.  Holden's impressive building takes the form of a single storey plinth, which contains offices and shops, and is faced in black glazed brick.  The tall brick box that forms the ticket hall has a window that
Bronze Plaque № 10799 - This boundary wall of the Rutland Estate was destroyed by a bomb during World War II on 25 September 1940.  At the request of residents a right of way was established when the wall was rebuilt by the City of Westminster in 1948 and has become to be known as the 'hole in the wall'  Unveiled on 28 October 1988
Francis William Topham Black Plaque - Francis William Topham 1808-1877 painter in water colours, illustrator and engraver lived here
George Myers Blue Plaque - George Myers 1803-1875 Master Builder lived here 1842-1853

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