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Harrow on the Hill grew around the millennium-old St. Mary's church, and was the centre of power of Harrow.
Harrow on the Hill grew around the millennium-old St. Mary's church, and was the centre of power of Harrow. It is famous for the Harrow School. The hill is a place where you can see a chunk of English history in the urban landscape.
Harrow on the Hill, Harrow, Greater London HA1, UK
Harrow is an affluent neighbourhood famous for its school
The guided tour through the Changing Rooms, Press Room and Players' Tunnel includes access to Wembley's historical treasures such as the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England's World Cup glory, the tablets that commemorated London's 1948 Olympic Games and FA cup replica
The St Pancras Old Church, dedicated to the Roman martyr Saint Pancras, is believed to be one of the oldest churches in England
Osterly Park is a stately red brick mansion set in 350 acres of park land
The Ealing Town Hall is a Victorian gothic building built in 1888, which is still used as a town hall
The Walpole Park offers a relaxing experience for adults, and a fun time for kids with a great playground, miniature zoo, small pond and an ice cream stall
The Pitzhanger Manor House was redesigned by architect John Soane in the early 19th century as a country villa
The Ealing Studios is the oldest film studio in the world, in use since 1902
The Boston Manor House is a 17th century Grade I listed Jacobean manor house built in English Renaissance style
Ruislip Lido is a man made lake surrounded by woodland and a sandy beach with narrow guage railway rides around the lake