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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.
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. This lovely little park has mixed woodlands, ponds, marshland and a summer-flowering meadow with white clover and poppy.
The official book depository of the United Kingdom, the British Library holds a copy of every book ever printed here, and a wide variety of periodicals
The Russell Hotel on the eastern side of Russell Square is a gothic building with a magnificent ballroom which was designed by the same people who created interiors for the ill-fated Titanic
The University College London has a small but beautiful quad and an interesting Neo-Classical facade
Russell Square is the largest square in London, established in 1806 by the 5th Duke of Bedford whose statue can still be found here
The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology at the University College London preserves the teaching collection of Sir William Flinders Petrie, one of Britain's greatest archaeologists and has built upon it
The Foundling Museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, an orphanage for abandoned children founded in the eighteenth century which continues today as the children's charity Coram
Recently renovated and with modern extension