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16 February 2010


Great images.

What is extraordinary is not that the banqueting hall is the same today as it was in the 1870s, but that it probably is the same as it was in 1622. Despite London suffering from appalling fires, German bombing raids and greedy developers, this building still looks beautiful.

Fantastic photos! It's amazing to see how little some things have changed, considering the sometimes violent history of London!

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