The Jersey War Tunnels and the Island’s German Occupation

During World War II, the only British soil to be occupied by the German Armed Forces were the islands of Jersey and Guernsey in the English Channel. This occupation lasted five years. The aftermath is still visible with the underground Jersey War Tunnels located at St. Lawerence.

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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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Mischief Managed At The Harry Potter Studio Tour

I started reading the first Harry Potter books in 2001. I read them greedily, pouring myself into the pages and escaping into another world. The world that J.K. Rowling made, captivated me. So naturally, when Warner Brothers opened the doors to Pinewood Studios, I wanted to visit and see behind the scenes for myself. Warner […]

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