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A History of London in 100 Places (Hardback)
  • A History of London in 100 Places (Hardback)

A History of London in 100 Places (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 03/04/2014
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From Roman Londinium to the seething modern metropolis of today, journey through 2,000 years of the world's most vibrant capital. Shaped by invasion, occupation and immigration, and upheavals as diverse as the Great Fire, the Blitz and the Big Bang, London's history is unmatched for variety and drama. Sharing his passion and expert knowledge, David Long selects 100 places that best tell this incredible story. Discover Roman temples, Saxon burial mounds, frost fairs on the frozen Thames, Georgian windmills, and one old brown shoe, each with its own unique insight into a critical period of London's evolution. Whether you prefer to explore history on your feet or from an armchair, this little book will captivate and surprise, revealing oft-overlooked gems among the famous landmarks and the hidden stories locked within.

Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 9781780744131

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"A History of London in 100 Places" is a simple, small book, but incredibly insightful . It successfully presents the history and development of London throughout the years, since the very beginning all... More

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“A excellent travel and history guide in one.”

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“A History of London in 100 Places”

Clocking in at a smidge over 200 pages, this little book definitely doesn't dwell very long in each place (though I think calling a shoe a 'place' is little cheeky), and for me there perhaps wasn't... More

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