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River Thames Path Map by William Thomas

There is more to the River Thames than just London! - River Thames Path Map By William Thomas

London's oldest statue, c. 1372:  This is King Alfred the Great (871-899) in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square from Westminster Hall in 1822.  King Alfred united England, founded St Paul’s, rebuilt London’s walls and drove off the Vikings.

London's oldest statue, c. 1372 // King Alfred the Great in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square from Westminster Hall in King Alfred united England, founded St Paul’s, rebuilt London’s walls and drove off the Vikings.

Benjamin Franklin's house at 36 Craven Street, London, built c1730. This Grade I-listed building is the only surviving home of Franklin anywhere in the world. It is owned and run by the Benjamin Franklin House Trust who reopened it in 2006, the 300th anniversary of Franklin’s birth.

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Benjamin Franklin's house at 36 Craven Street, London, built On the same street as Half Moon House

The Church of St Mary's at Turville- Probably better known as the church in the TV series The Vicar of Dibley

Mary's / Turville, England / Setting for Vicar of Dibley.

Loseley Park (built 1562-1568), Surrey, was acquired by the direct ancestors of the current owners/residents, the More-Molyneux. The great hall contains paneling from Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace, panels from his banqueting tents and a fine art collection.The drawing room has a gilded ceiling decorated for James I's visit. The carvings above the library fireplace commemorate one of Elizabeth I's visits. The King's Room and the Queen's Room were used by James I and Elizabeth I respectively.

Loseley Park (built 1562-1568), Surrey, was acquired by the direct ancestors of the current owners/residents, the More-Molyneux. The great hall contains paneling from Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace, panels from his banqueting tents and a fine art collection.The drawing room has a gilded ceiling decorated for James I's visit. The carvings above the library fireplace commemorate one of Elizabeth I's visits. The King's Room and the Queen's Room were used by James I and Elizabeth I respectively.

Interior of historic 'The Royal Standard of England Pub' ~ the alehouse was called the '"The Ship Inn" and is noted in 1213 in the Penn Trinity Church Records, Beaconsfield, England

Interior of historic Royal Standard of England Pub. The alehouse is noted in 1213 in the Penn Trinity Church Records, Beaconsfield, England.

Casa con jardin grande

Thatched Roof Cottage Cotswolds, England - Masterfile - Rights-Managed, Artist: Miles Ertman, Code:

Midsomer Murders Locations - Chearsley, Buckinghamshire

Midsomer Murders Location and country pub - Chearsley, Buckinghamshire

Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in 1922. Extensive renovations simplifying and modernising the home were undertaken directly, completely transforming it when complete. Henry VIII is reputed to have stayed in the house during his courtship of Anne Boleyn at nearby Hever Castle.

Chartwell was the principal adult home of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill and his wife Clementine bought the property, located two miles south of Westerham, Kent, England, in wikipedia

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