Christopher Wren lived here
Sir Christopher Wren – FRS (20 October 1632 – 25 February 1723) is one of the most highly acclaimed English architects in history. He used to be accorded responsibility for rebuilding 51 churches in the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666, including his masterpiece, St. Paul’s . . . → Read More: one photo tour of London – Christopher Wren lived here
The Lord Mayor's Carriage
785 years of history and this year The Lord Mayor’s Show was just as enjoyable as last year! Not sure what folks 785 years ago thought of the show, but for sure….I can say that I loved it this year (as I did last year)!
I did not arrive . . . → Read More: Lord Mayor’s Show 2011
I recently took a group of people on a tour of Bloomsbury and one of the places we walked through was Sicilian Avenue.
Sicilian Avenue, Bloomsbury
Sicilian Avenue is a delightful splash of Italy tucked away on the apex of Southampton Row and Bloomsbury Way. Designed by R.J. Worley and completed in 1910 . . . → Read More: Sicilian Avenue, Bloomsbury
The National Gallery at Trafalgar Square, London
Founded in 1824, The National Gallery, an art gallery on Trafalgar Square, London, houses the national collection of over 2,300 Western European paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 19th Century. The gallery is an exempt charity, and a non-departmental public body of the Department for Culture, . . . → Read More: one photo tour of London – The National Gallery
As mentioned in my post yesterday I visited the Amazing Maze at Trafalgar Square in London’s West End. After wandering about the maze for a while, and reading about the history of the West End Street names, I had time on my hands so decided to do something that I have not yet done . . . → Read More: The National Gallery, London