(St Pauls tube) is the most visited spot in the City. Built after the Great Fire to replace the Church that had previously stood there, it’s galleries (with the infamous Whispering gallery) and crypt are legendary.
(Bank tube) is a Victorian glass and iron covered marketplace interspersed with numerous cafe’s, bars and shops. The Lloyds of London building (Bank tube) designed by Richard Rogers is worth a visit- it resembles a space rocket ready to lauch. The building is a marked contrast to the classically designed buildings next door. (Rogers also designed an equally controversial complex in Paris, the Pompidou centre) You’ll either love or hate it’s garish construction, but there’s no denying it’s impact.
(Tower Hill tube), founded nearly a millennium ago has transmuted from castle to prison to palace, and for many was their last sight on Earth. The history of the Tower of London is both fascinating and diverse and today houses the Crown Jewels, William the Conqueror’s White Tower,the Traitor Gate and the Bloody Tower. Allow the best part of a morning or an afternoon to take it all in.
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