Secrets Of Bloomsbury

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Secrets Of Bloomsbury
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Walk along Gower Street and you're walking over London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine's mosquito stores. Read all about it here.
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The unusual feature appears on the art deco Haines House. More info on the London Remembers site.
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The Grant Museum of Zoology is free to visit. See more of its treasures here.
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Emin's glove has appeared at various places, and can now be found behind the statue of Thomas Coram. With thanks to London Remembers for the info.
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It's actually a work of art, one of several useless bollards in the area. More info here
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One of the most momentous thoughts in human history, it happened in Bloomsbury.
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Designed by Foster and Partners, the glass roof contains 3,312 panes, all of which are different.
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The locomotive was too heavy and soon derailed. A plaque marks the spot on the Chadwick Building.
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About a dozen of the tokens decorate the pavement.

Last Updated 17 October 2016