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London, England

Goodman’s Fields Horses

Metal horses galloping through a London fountain provide a link to the city's past.
London, England

Wimbledon Victorian Electricity Substation

A recently restored substation that dates from 1875.
London, England

Fulham Pottery Kiln

Crafted by one of the first makers of stoneware in England.
London, England

Wellington Arch

Once designed as the entrance to Buckingham Palace, this structure was later relocated and stands as a victory arch.
London, England

The Meeting Place

This sculpture encompasses the emotion of rail travel.
London, England

Rotherhithe Street

The arching stretch of London's longest street holds many reminders of the area's maritime past.
London, England

Stoke Newington Town Hall

You can still see bits of the camouflage used to hide this Art Deco building from bombers during World War II.
London, England

'The World Turned Upside Down'

Soon after its unveiling, this giant inverted globe sparked controversy and was vandalized.
London, England

Dog and Pot Sculpture

A recreation of a sign that Charles Dickens used to see on his walk home.
London, England

Deptford Anchor

A much-loved local landmark pays tribute to the shipbuilding past of this area.
London, England

Beigel Bake

Order a salt beef-loaded beigel at any hour of the day or night at this East End institution.
London, England

Ye Olde Mitre

Down a pint of ale where the Bishop of Ely's servants slept in 1546.
London, England

Cheapside Plane Tree

What might be the oldest living tree in London has survived fires, bombings, and estate agents.
London, England

Osterley Bookshop

Above an abandoned Underground station, this charming bookstore is home to strange antiquities and literary works.
London, England

Pamela Colman Smith's Fireplace

Inside a London bookstore, a fireplace that once belonged to the illustrator responsible for a famous set of tarot cards.
London, England

Street Cat Bob Memorial Statue

This life-size monument honors the legacy of a famous literary feline.
London, England

Hurwundeki Hair, Korean Cuisine, and Antique shop

Don't worry, they don't use antique scissors.
London, England

Genius Treasure Museum

This informal museum is a magical trove of anonymous art collected from car boots and flea markets.
London, England

The Chalk Room

A high-end clothing boutique with a curious basement art installation.
London, England

Of Alley and the Duke’s Streets

An agreement meant to honor the Duke of Buckingham led to this unusually-named passageway near Charing Cross.
London, England

St Antholin's Spire

This stone spire holds a unique place in the region's history.
London, England

Benjamin Franklin House

One of America's founding fathers lived in this London lodging between 1757 and 1775.
London, England

The Wrong Abbey Road

Tourists who rely on a transit map to find the iconic Beatles location often end up in a far-off neighborhood.
London, England

The Fourth Plinth

Originally meant to hold a statue of King William IV, this support sat empty for years. Today, it hosts a rotating cast of public artwork.