National Geographic London Book of Lists: The City's Best, Worst, Oldest, Greatest, and Quirkiest

National Geographic London Book of Lists: The City's Best, Worst, Oldest, Greatest, and Quirkiest

Tim Jepson, Larry Porges


For London fanatics of all stripes, nationwide Geographic London e-book of Lists chronicles this ever-changing urban from its historic Roman origins to the current day. geared up with no less than association, the a hundred and forty lists during this eclectic and highly wonderful illustrated compendium hide the city’s top, worst, maximum, smallest, first, final, and every thing in-between. one of the fascinating evidence, stats, and snippets, you’ll discover:
 
·       the place you will find six outdated windmills in the confines of metropolitan London
·       Why the women’s restroom at an East finish pub is principally well liked by avant-garde artists
·       whilst a twister razed approximately six hundred homes and destroyed London Bridge
·       The handle of the single London flat the place the 4 individuals of the Beatles lived together
·       Why neighborhood little ones beat the stone limitations outdoor the Tower of London with willow branches each 3 years
·       the place you'll find London’s 8 top waterfront pubs, seven maximum Victorian gin palaces, and ten so much old pubs
·       Which well-known London museums nonetheless express global warfare II bomb harm on their outer walls 
 
Royal palaces. highway markets. Stellar perspectives. Cockney slang. favourite nutrition of kings. Roman ruins. secrets and techniques misplaced to time. With surprises on each web page, National Geographic London e-book of Lists takes you deep contained in the urban that by no means fails to fascinate.

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