Tower Gardens

…flower beds. The gardens were named after Whitechapel’s parent district, Tower Hamlets. Presumably in a nod to the only pre-existing thoroughfare, Lordship Lane, most of…

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Jewel Tower

…Surviving annex of Westminster’s medieval palace Jewel Tower, Abingdon Street, Westminster The Jewel Tower, viewed from the east This is not the repository…

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Ravens of the Tower

…The ravens of the Tower   According to a legend of obscure provenance, the Tower of London – and the entire kingdom –…

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Tower 42

Tower 42   Tower 42 is a skyscraper located at 25 Old Broad Street, in the City of London. It was officially opened…

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Oxo Tower

…Oxo Tower   The Oxo Tower is a South Bank landmark surmounting a former cold store and meat products factory. It was built…

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Constable’s Dues

…Rolling out the ceremonial barrel Ceremony of the Constable’s Dues, Tower of London Two crew members from the French destroyer Latouche-Tréville carrying the…

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Bishopsgate

…commercial thoroughfares. Heron Tower photographed shortly before its completion At its northern end the Broadgate complex borders the street’s west side. The NatWest Tower was…

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Demographics

…Bangladeshi community overwhelmingly choose to live in Tower Hamlets or, failing that, Newham. In Tower Hamlets’ wards of St Dunstan’s and Stepney Green, Shadwell, Bromley-by-Bow…

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Lewisham

…with the base of the tower remaining from the medieval structure. It now forms the focus of Lewisham council’s St Mary’s conservation area. In the 18th…

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EU Referendum

…Europe. Inner east London The boroughs of Tower Hamlets and Newham are extremely multicultural, with an especially populous south Asian community, notably of Bangladeshi origin…

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