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Back in London! A panoramic at sunrise from this morning on Millennium Bridge – looking towards St Paul’s Cathedral. I waited at this spot for nearly 2 hours in the freezing cold for 30 seconds of beautiful light. 26 more words

Lost London - The London Colosseum...

Designed by architect Decimus Burton (he of the Kew Palm House fame), the London Colosseum was a vast, 16-sided domed structure erected in the 1820s to the east of Regent’s Park to house a panoramic view of the city. 334 more words


M's 8th Birthday and a Trip to St. Paul's

The big news of this week is that M turned 8!  She seems so different from when she was 7, and she looks much older too – the difference seems greater than from 5 to 6 to 7 somehow.   1,203 more words


The Prime Minister has announced that a service of commemoration will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral on 13 March, followed by a parade.

The Operational Service Medal for Afghanistan has been awarded to all personnel who completed 30 days or more deployed to the country.

A service of commemoration, attended by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, will be held to mark the end of combat operations in Afghanistan, and to honour the contribution of all those in the UK who worked from 2001 to 2014 to make the country safer and more stable. 493 more words


On my quest to increase my cultural intelligence while studying in London, it has become obvious to me that the first component to increasing cultural intelligence is  941 more words


Reflection Of St Paul

Outside of St Paul’s Cathedral are some brilliant sculptures which give you a unique opportunity to get to see the building in a way people don’t normally see it, who doesn’t love a unique viewpoint? 14 more words


LondonLife - Mary and infant Jesus back on display in St Paul's...

This Victorian-era marble statue of the Virgin and Child has gone back on show in St Paul’s Cathedral more than 70 years after it taken down following bombing during World War II. 102 more words