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One of the most intriguing figures you’ll encounter on my Pioneering Women Walk is Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Though not to be confused with the Lady Mary of Downton Abbey, […]

London, with its rich tapestry of history, boasts an array of architectural wonders that serve as milestones in the city’s long and complex story. Among them, the Old St Paul’s […]

In this second part of our series exploring royal connections with London’s central square, we turn our focus to a figure shrouded in controversy: James II. As of August 2023, […]

Nestled within the heart of the City of London, 7a Laurence Pountney Hill offers a resplendent glimpse into the city’s layered history. What appears as a private residence, flanked by […]

In the very heart of London’s financial district, beneath the imposing edifice of the Bank of England, lies a secret unbeknownst to most daily commuters and even to many of […]

As you meander along the pathways that trace the course of Regent’s Canal, the waterway feels like a tranquil pause amid the bustling life of London. These days, it offers […]

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