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  1. Author:
    Richard Tames

    An illustrated guide to the City of London in a convenient A-Z format.

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    Founded by the Romans, rebuilt by the Saxons and Normans, developed by the Church and Commerce, made wealthy by the Empire, the City of London became the most prominent financial centre in the world. This well-illustrated A-Z guide is an entertaining and lively account, full of information on everything from buildings to newspapers, statues, churches, graveyards, institutions and events. The author, a Blue Badge Guide and university lecturer, details features to intrigue resident, local worker and visitor.
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    Historical Publications (01/01/2006)
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