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  • 1. Museum of London

    City of London

    This fascinating museum reveals London in its many incarnations, from its first days as a Roman settlement around AD 50 (and even before, with finds...Read More

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  • 2. St. Bartholomew the Great

    City of London

    Originally founded in 1123 as part of an Augustinian monastery, this is one of the oldest churches in London and one of the city's few...Read More

  • 3. St. Paul's Cathedral

    City of London

    For centuries, this iconic building has represented London's spirit of survival and renewal, and it remains breathtaking, inside and out. Sir Christopher Wren started planning...Read More

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  • 4. The Tower of London

    City of London

    Nowhere else in London does history seem so vividly alive as in this minicity begun by the Normans more than 1,000 years ago. In its...Read More

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  • 5. Bank of England

    City of London

    Since its establishment in 1694 as England's central bank, the role of the "Old Lady of Threadneedle Street" (a political cartoon caption that stuck) has...Read More

  • 6. Dr. Johnson's House

    City of London

    Built in 1700, this elegant Georgian residence, with its restored interiors, paneled rooms, and period furniture, is where Samuel Johnson lived between 1748 and 1759,...Read More

  • 7. Guildhall

    City of London

    For centuries, this building has been the administrative and ceremonial base of the Corporation of London, the world's oldest continuously elected municipal governing authority (the...Read More

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  • 8. St. Bride's

    City of London

    Located just off Fleet Street in the city's former epicenter of English print and newspapers, St. Bride's is known as "the journalists' church," and indeed...Read More

  • 9. St. Mary-le-Bow

    City of London

    Founded around 1080 as the Archbishop of Canterbury's London seat, this church is a survivor; it collapsed and was rebuilt three times before being completely...Read More

  • 10. The Monument

    City of London

    Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Dr. Robert Hooke to commemorate 1666's "dreadful visitation" of the Great Fire of London (note the gilded orb of...Read More

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  • 11. The Old Bailey

    City of London

    Visitors are allowed into the public galleries of the 16 courtrooms at London's Central Criminal Court (universally known as "the Old Bailey," a reference to...Read More

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  • 12. Tower Bridge

    City of London

    Despite its medieval appearance, London's most famous bridge was actually built at the tail end of the Victorian era in the then-popular neo-Gothic style, first...Read More

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