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Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall bought Downe House on Richmond Hill, and are currently engaged in a legal dispute over their right to erect a large glass turret on the roof. Ronnie Wood once owned the same house on the Hill that actor John Mills previo...

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The Provincial Government Palace stands on the east side of the Market Square in Brugge.

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Walk With Beasts exhibition, Horniman Museum, London

Deinotherium ("terrible beast") was a gigantic prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until the Early Pleistocene. Duri...

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Honoré de Balzac (May 20, 1799 – August 18, 1850), born Honoré Balzac, was a nineteenth-century French novelist and playwright. His work, much of which is a sequence (or Roman-fleuve) of almost 100 novels and plays collectively entitl...

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Commonwealth House at 1 New Oxford Street, at major intersection that gives it a long, tapering look. A 1939-40 Art Deco office block rises with a series of curving curtain windows to a clock tower at its apex. The architects were HP Cart de Lafon...

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The Davies Alpine House, a striking new glasshouse providing the new public face for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew's internationally renowned alpine collection, was formally opened on 10 March 2006 at Kew Gardens by TV presenter Michael Pali...

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British War Medal 1914-18
This medal commemorates some of the bloodiest battles that have ever been fought by British & Commonwealth troops. The medal was instituted by King George V in 1919 to mark the end of the First World War and recor...

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On the morning of February 23, 1945, with the island of Iwo Jima still not secured, a patrol of Marines made the tortuous climb to the island’s volcanic peak, Mount Suribachi, and raised a small American flag. The sight so inspired troops o...

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Moving World , the artwork that Langlands & Bell have created for Terminal 5, consists of two individual parts installed separately at either end of the huge outdoor pedestrian plaza which links the Richard Rogers designed terminal buildin...

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WestQuay has an area of 800,000 square feet (70,000 m²) of retail space (74,000 m²) and contains around a hundred shops, including major retailers such as, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Zara, Schuh, USC, Benetton Bank, Apple and many more t...

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It was from here that Intrepid launched the propeller-driven planes which helped to defeat Japan, the jets which supported US ground forces in Vietnam, and the helicopters which recovered NASA astronauts in the 1960s. It was here that Japanese Kam...

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Cerne Abbey was founded as part of the monastic revival under King Edgar (957-975), who assigned his minister Aethelmaer to supervise it. The abbey grew and prospered over the centuries, becoming an important landowner in the area. The village of ...

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Designed by architect Sir Norman Foster, the office development at 33 Holborn dominates one of the busiest intersections between the City and the West End on the western fringe of the City of London. This 9-storey property with its grand glazed at...

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The Rose & Crown in Kew is very close to the famous Gardens, trains, buses and local amenities.  The building dates back to the 17th Century and has kept its traditional olde worlde ambience with two open fires lit in the winter months and...

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SEVEN SLATE TOWERS
1995

Designed by Dan Harvey, with assistance from Heather Ackroyd, Dan Knight and Paul Wilkins

Commissioned by Sir Robert and Lisa Sainsbury for the Secluded Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew

The fountain forms the...

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Charles Bridge is a famous historical bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Hardback. Pub: Tafford Publishing Inc, Houston. 1991. 310pp.

Publisher's Weekly
If this autobiographical novel by the prolific SF author had been published 20 years ago during the era that it reflects, it would have achieved cult status by n...

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On the night of Easter Sunday, April 10, 1955, Ruth Ellis took a .38 calibre revolver from her handbag and fired six shots at David Blakely outside The Magdala, in Hampstead. Blakely was taken to hospital with multiple wounds and was subsequently ...

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Asda Hounslow was opened in 2007. It forms part of a large scale development which is designed to revitalise the area. The store itself consists of 47,000 square feet of retail space. 

Asda is a chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom offerin...

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