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Recently renovated and with modern extension.
Recently renovated and with modern extension. Exhibitions on the long history of the Jewish community in London. Surprisingly well laid out and interesting.
Regents Canal is a calm, peaceful waterway which was once a bustling lifeline used for ferrying goods to and from North London after its completion in 1820
London's main zoo in the northern part of Regent's Park is home to over 750 species of animals, from all corners of the world
Primrose Hill is an open grassy hill offering panoramic views of Central London
The Camley Street Natural Park is a small 2 acre urban nature reserve on the banks of the Regent's Canal in the midst of the industrial wasteland north of King's Cross Station
Fitzroy House is a historic 18th century house where George Bernard Shaw once lived and L
The British Telecom Tower is a 620 foot skyscraper and the sixth highest building in UK
Charles Chaplin lived with his mother in various addresses in and around Kennington Rd in Lambeth, including 3 Pownall Terrace, Chester St and 39 Methley St
The University College London has a small but beautiful quad and an interesting Neo-Classical facade