Category Archives: Subj_Museums

Victoria and Albert Museum

Above: The main entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum. London has no shortage of museums but among the many, there are just a few that are not only important in the capital but they rank among the most important … Continue reading

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Burgh House

Above: The house seen from Well Walk, which runs along its south side. Burgh House was constructed in 1704 during the reign of Queen Anne. At that time the Hampstead Wells Spa nearby was flourishing. In 1720 the Spa’s physician, … Continue reading

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Keats House

Above: The front of Keats House. John Keats, English poet, (1795-1821) was born in Moorgate on 31 October 1795. He was the eldest child of the manager of a London livery-stable. After a riding accident in 1804, in which his … Continue reading

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