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This Day In History

Si monumentum requiris circumspice
Reader, if you seek his monument, look about you.
On Wren’s tomb in St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Christopher Wren, English architect and designer of St Paul’s Cathedral was born on this day in 1632. 48 more words

The Collingwood Society: Trafalgar Day 2014

Notice is hereby given of events scheduled for Tuesday 21st October 2014, with which the Society is associated and at which it will be represented. All members are welcome (and encouraged) to attend.   188 more words

Cuthbert Collingwood

Week 6 Highlights

Well, I did originally have a great title for this week, but somehow I’ve completely forgotten what it was. So you get boring “Week 6 Highlights.”  575 more words

London Expeditions

Day 4 (Wednesday, September 17th, 2014): Boat and Tube Adventures in London

Our third day in London was an eclectic mix of adventures, often far-flung from one another. So, instead of relying on our feet to get us from place to place, we were forced to embrace the efficient transit options available to us for the first time. 976 more words


#11: St. Paul's / up up up again

Seems I’m never getting tired of viewing platforms, haha :-) But yeah, the visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral today was totally worth it! I went with my Art & Society Class and we spent a rather long time within, looking at memorial statues, walking around and looking up to the wonderful stonework in awe, trying to catch every detail of the mosaics without being overwhelmed by plenty of other decorational elements on the ceiling. 150 more words


Thursday's Windows: Eyeing up London

If you want a great view over London, the best idea is to get yourself up in the air, and the 443 feet tall London Eye is the way to do it. 244 more words