Memorials in West End
8 Northumberland Avenue
London WC2N 5BY
Trafalgar Square! The epicentre of London (or arguably, the universe). No visit to London is complete without a visit to Nelson's column.
A beautiful building
Hazlitt died in agony
from stomach cancer
in 1830 in a upstairs room.
Many luminaries from the literary
world paid him a...
To mark the home of Millicent Fawcett - suffragette -
& her sister Elizabeth Garrett Anderson one of the first
In this house & number 52 which was knocked into it
& at no 60 Gordon Square the Bloomsbury Group all
lived at one time or another
Many of the Bloomsbury Group also lived in this house
Vanessa Bell, her sister Virginia Woolf,Lytton Strachey
as well as Maynard Keynes : it was...
Strachey,the quietest of the Bloomsbury Group
& probably the most contemplative member,
he felt overwhelmed by the many disparate
members of the...
William & his wife,Hetta
lived here for two years
Called to the bar in 1776 within 5 years he took silk &
entered Parliament the same year,1781. In 1788 he became
Solicitor General & in 1793...
The rather grand house of
this soldier turned writer
You cannot enter but the
Square is lovely & round
the corner is the famous Thomas Coram
The smart Georgian residence of
the Marquess of Salisbury
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