Keats House, Georgian house (built 1814–15) that was once home to the poet John Keats, in North London, England

Keats House, Georgian house (built 1814–15) that was once home to the poet John Keats, in North London, England

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Hampstead Heath has plenty of room. At times you cannot tell you are still in the City. Enjoy refreshments at Kenwood or Parliament Hill fields and look at the London skyline.

Hampstead Heath has plenty of room. At times you cannot tell you are still in the City. Enjoy refreshments at Kenwood or Parliament Hill fields and look at the London skyline.

Hampstead Heath. Such a special place. Its little tracks and paths are tattooed on my heart.

Hampstead Heath. Such a special place. Its little tracks and paths are tattooed on my heart.

The poet John Keats' House in Hampstead, London from 1818 to 1820 is the setting that inspired some of his most memorable poetry including Ode to a Nightingale. It was also where he fell in love with Fanny Brawne the girl next door and from where he travelled to Rome only to die of TB at just 25

The poet John Keats' House in Hampstead, London from 1818 to 1820 is the setting that inspired some of his most memorable poetry including Ode to a Nightingale. It was also where he fell in love with Fanny Brawne the girl next door and from where he travelled to Rome only to die of TB at just 25

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