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See the sinister side of London as you follow the blood-soaked footsteps of murderers ...
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3 hours 30 minutes
...tour also includes a walk by the famous Old Bailey, tour of the Rolls Building (where Russian oligarchs come to seek Bri...
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The Central Criminal Court of England and Wales is probably the most famous criminal court in the world, having been London's principal criminal court for centuries.
The Central Criminal Court of England and Wales is probably the most famous criminal court in the world, having been London's principal criminal court for centuries. It is also called Old Bailey from Norman French in which baillie means 'old courtyard'. The present building dates from 1907 and stands on the site of the infamous medieval Newgate Prison. The elegant Portland stone facade was designed in the neo-Baroque style by E. W. Mountford while the interior lobbies and staircase have Sicilian marble floors, mosaic arches and allegorical paintings representing Labour, Art, Wisdom, and Truth. The figure of Justice on the dome here is noteworthy, as it is not blindfolded in the way Justice has traditionally been represented.
Old Bailey, City of London, London EC4M 7HS, UK
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The London Stock Exchange is one of the world's oldest and largest stock markets
St Paul's Cathedral is one of London's most recognisable buildings standing atop Ludgate Hill, designed by Sir Christopher Wren to replace the Gothic medieval cathedral destroyed in 1666 in the Great Fire of London
The St Bride Printing Library is specialist small library in the heart of London's Fourth Estate area, which houses a wide range of books on graphic design, typography, bookbinding and papermaking
An atmosphere and decor that more recalls a private gentleman's club than a hotel
The Museum of London traces the history of London to the present day, starting from the developments around Thames banks 450 million years ago
St Mary le Bow, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, houses the famous Bow Bells
The Clockmaker's Company Museum traces the history of clockmaking and houses a priceless collection of more than 700 old timepieces spanning 5 centuries
The Temple Church is a church within the Temple built by the Knights Templar in the 12th century as their English headquarters and as a shelter for pilgrims traveling to Jerusalem
Tate Modern is an enormous art gallery converted from the former Bankside Power Station that exhibits contemporary and modern art from around the world dating post 1900, arranged thematically and chronologically
The Guildhall Art Gallery houses the City Corporation's art collection, and also runs special exhibitions throughout the year