How the citizens of the City of London created unique identifiers to help differentiate the 100+ churches in the Square Mile.
The London Wanderer Posts
Having earlier written a post based entirely on architecture related to cars, I’ve now tried my hand at something similar for man’s best friend.
With tongue at least partially-in-cheek, let me propose three possible post-Covid business opportunities in the heart of the City.
They may be rare, but there are some weird and wonderful examples of Ancient Egypt influencing London architecture.
Tales of disaster, shootings and musical comedy – an everyday story of a London corner.
Nothing to do with fleas, nor even the plague. Instead, I describe another two of those administrative curiosities that London seems to specialise in – the Inner and Middle Temples.
Was he a liberal reformer and the first black Lord mayor of London, a figure to be celebrated, or an imperialist unaware of his own ethnicity? Read on to discover why I don’t really answer the question.
Never mind your local supermarket petrol station, London has some architectural gems created in the service of the internal combustion engine.
Mainly through newspaper reports of the time, I tell the story of a vast canteen for the poor, born of philanthropic zeal at the turn of the 20th century.