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London Stone, London

The London Stone housed inside a nondescript protective grille on Cannon Street is a little known, yet historical artifact that is a reminder of the time the Romans ruled over the city.

The London Stone housed inside a nondescript protective grille on Cannon Street is a little known, yet historical artifact that is a reminder of the time the Romans ruled over the city. It is believed to have been the central milliarium from which all distances were measured.


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About London Stone

 Cannon St

 +44 20 7626 82

 www.eerie-pubs.co.uk

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