Leake Street Tunnels And The Resurgence of Urban Art

The Leake Street Tunnel, an underpass just around the corner from Waterloo station is a truly unique place in London to visit. With a tremendous amount of street art scattered about the city, Leake Street is different. Down here it’s not street art: its urban art. What is Urban Art? It is somewhat difficult to […]

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Be Inspired at the Imperial War Museum London

Nearby to Lambeth North tube station is the imposing and impressive Imperial War Museum. Its large military guns are guarding the entrance. Not that far from its original home in Crystal Palace from 1917, the idea was to record the civil and military war effort and sacrifice of the British Empire during World War I. Since this […]

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The Magnificent Seven – Brompton Cemetery

A slightly morbid and macabre London destination compared to the local tourist attractions is Brompton Cemetery. Nestled in Kensington and Chelsea, the cemetery has been opened since 1840, making it one of the large seven ancient private cemeteries in London. Brompton Cemetery During one of the population booms in London, local parish churches who would […]

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Treat and Delight Your Tastebuds at Borough Market

Borough market is one of the largest and oldest markets in London. This fresh food market has been situated near London Bridge since before 1014, and it has a prime location along the wharf and docks of London. Although no longer used as a wholesale market, it is still open to the public on Thursdays, […]

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