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Map of Aviation museums in St James's Square

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Blue Plaques in London

Black Plaque № 44741 - QUEEN first public performance in London here 18 July 1970
Black Plaque № 31584 - Fortune Theatre. A 'jewel of a theatre' designed in the art deco style, and completed in 1924 on the site of the ancient Albion Theatre, haunts of actors and writers. This Fortune Theatre was named after the original in the Barbican where Shakespeare performed.
Lillie Langtry Blue Plaque - Lillie Langtry 1852-1929 actress lived here
Great Synagogue Blue Plaque - The Great Synagogue stood near this site until 1272
White Plaque № 5388 - In memory of Twelve London Firemen who lost their lives protecting the district of Chelsea in peacetime and war.
Fanny Craddock And Apthorp, London Blue Plaque - Fanny Craddock 1909 – 1994. On this site until 1930 stood a house called Apthorp, birthplace of the famous TV cookery expert Fanny Craddock; born Phyllis Pechey

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