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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
8th December 1941 After Pearl Harbour, the Dutch government declares war on Japan from London.
8th December 1921 Born today: Terence Morgan, London England, actor (Adv of Sir Francis Drake)
8th December 1660 Mrs. Hughes scandalised the public becoming the first woman actor to take to the stage in London.
What i want to see!
NOTE: Please note this is a virtual tour, a Do-It-Yourself tour you can print off and take with you when you visit London.
Submitted by msdarnit
|1||Museum of body parts...||35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields|
|2||The Beatles Coffee Shop||St. John's Wood Underground Station, Finchley Ro|
|3||Abbey Road Studios||3 Abbey Road, St Johns Wood|
|4||Edgar Allen Poe lived here||172 Stoke Newington Church Street, Hackney|
|5||Beatles cover Please Please Me||20 Manchester Square, London|
|6||Beatles final gig||3 Savile Row, London|
|7||Beatles first no.1 written here||57 Wimpole Street, London|
|8||Home to Beatlemania||13 Monmouth Street|
|9||The Beatles Apple Shop||94 Baker Street, London|
|10||The Beatles Coffee Shop||St. John's Wood Underground Station, Finchley Ro|
|11||The Palladium||Argyll Street, London|
|12||The Speakeasy Club||48 Margaret Street, London|
|13||Rolling Stones Row||103 Cheyne Walk|
|14||Studio 51 and the Stones||10 Great Newport Street, London|
|15||The Rolling Stones lived here||102 Edith Grove, Chelsea, London|
|16||The exact centre of London||St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square|
|17||The Freud's Lived Here||Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens|
|18||Cupcakes in Kensington||132 Kensington Church Street|
|19||Oscar Wilde Statue||Charing Cross, London|
|20||The King's Speech||146 Harley Street|
|21||The Harry Potter Bridge||Lambeth Bridge Road|
|21 locations, 4187 hits|
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