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KEEP CALM & CAMDEN ON: THE BEST OF CAMDEN IN A DAY

It is no secret that London is filled with many distinct vibes and cultures all painting London’s scene as a colourful canvas. One that screams a larger-than-life character is London’s favourite north west town of Camden. 54 more words

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London Food Markets

London is full of street markets that give you access to buy and taste all sorts of different local and artisan produce. Thanks to the variety of cultures living in London we are able to experience food and drink from around the world.  440 more words

London

The police keep the pit at Sadlers Wells punters under surveillance

On the morning of the 6th January 1847 there were two cases at the Clerkenwell Police Court that the Morning Chronicle’s court reporter thought worthy of note. 344 more words

London, i love you.

For as long as i can remember I have had an overwhelming desire to visit London. There is a quote I always see floating around the internet; “I’m in love with cities I’ve never been to and people I’ve never met”and that perfectly summed up my love for London. 1,304 more words

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Story Snippet #398: Echoes of Latin

I was jogging in the neighbouring cemetery (St Pancras & Islington) as is my wont, when I passed an old man tending a grave. I looped back to have a chat because it is a distinctive headstone which I have often noticed so was interested in the story behind it. 322 more words

Reflections

London – Camden 1

On previous trips to London we have tended to ignore Camden, the part of London north of Euston Station. This time we investigated some literary connections in Camden Town before enjoying a scenic walk along the Regent’s Canal to Regent’s Park. 79 more words

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New Lost Souls Street Art 'The Ghost Of Christmas Fun' In Camden Town

Here we have a work that was placed up a few weeks back, but we thought it would be more appropriate to save and share it now, namely this festive themed work entitled  159 more words

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