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London boasts a fine selection of truly spectacular landmarks, each with its own unique history, and here are 50 of the most famous presented in words and pictures. From the majestic Albert Memorial, commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her beloved husband Price Albert and opened in 1872, to the infamous Cabinet War Rooms, used as an operational command and control centre by Winston Churchill and the British government during World War II, London's (and indeed Britain's) rich history is celebrated through its ...

London's Landmarks 2011, New Holland Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781847736734

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