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Construction has begun on the Shard, a skyscraper that will be the tallest building in Western Europe and will provide amazing views of London. Designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop (who was also responsible for the California Academy of Sciences), the Shard was inspired by towering church spires and the masts of ships that once anchored on the Thames.
Abbey Road could be: The road in St. John's Wood, London, where the Beatles did most of their recording. The (now-)eponymous recording studio where this happened. The album named after the road. The medley on side 2 of that album. This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are...
The Black Friar pub, London EC4 - Art Nouveau interior - Wisdom is Rare
The Black Friar at 174 Queen Victoria Street, EC4 is a narrow 'flat-iron' wedge shaped pub, built in 1875 near the site of a thirteenth century Dominican Priory. A masterpiece of Art-Nouveau styling and the only pub of it's type in London, it was saved from the 1960s bulldozers only by an outcry led by Sir John Betjeman, who later became the Poet Laureate. The outside was decorated by Royal Academy sculpror Henry Poole (1873-1928) in 1903 and the pub's name is proudly displayed in mosaic…
London is brimming with potential: but the average Londoner has only explored a fraction of the city* and 29% feel they’re missing out,** according to research by American Express®. Explore London’s top inspirational spaces to realise the potential of your city.
The Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Walk, follow the walkway and stroll past famous London landmarks and special locations associated with the Princess during her lifetime. Ninety memorial plaques mark a seven mile walk through some of London's most beautiful parks. St James's Park, Green Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. The plaques were designed by sculptor Alex Peever.