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Carlyle's House is an 18th century building that was the home of the philosopher and historian Thomas Carlyle from 1834 and now houses a museum dedicated to his life and work..
Carlyle's House is an 18th century building that was the home of the philosopher and historian Thomas Carlyle from 1834 and now houses a museum dedicated to his life and work.
24 Cheyne Row SW3 5HL
+44 20 7352 70
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