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Birthplace of:
Inigo Jones
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Chatterbox
"I have been to this club before. It has a good athomsphere and the girls are lovely. I wold rate it nine stars of of ten.

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Historically, the district of Farringdon existed within the City of London. Nowadays the name is generally used to refer to the more northerly area in and around Farringdon underground and mainline station. This is situated in Cowcross Street, just outside the Square Mile of the City and its financial institutions. Cowcross Street has a cheerful, buzzing personality with its small shops and alleyways, pubs and restaurants best experienced outside rush hours, when enormous crowds besiege the station. Farringdon is bounded by many fascinating places. The popular Leather Lane market and the diamond and jewellery centre of Hatton Garden are just a few minutes' walk from the station. So too is the long-established Smithfield Meat Market which, for all its tradition, shares its location with a range of fashionable bars and clubs including Fabric and Turnmills. To the north of Farringdon is Clerkenwell, noted for its historic buildings, village chic and fine Exmouth Market restaurants. For rather more down-to-earth dining, The Quality Chop House in Farringdon Road - a surviving Victorian diner - serves quality British fare including jellied eels, bacon and eggs, and bubble and squeak. From here, Farringdon Road ventures south past St Paul's Cathedral to Blackfriars and the Thames.

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Travelodge London Farringdon *book online*

Charity

Medecins Sans Frontieres (UK)

Club

Chatterbox

Estate Agent

Lerner Ian & Co
Slee Son & Carden
Susskind Richard & Co Ltd

Market

Leather Lane Market

Pub and Bar

Eagle
Hat and Tun (The)

Restaurant

Charterhouse
Cicada
Coach and Horses
Dibbens
Dollar Grills & Martinis
Eagle
Epicurean Lounge
Hat and Tun (The)
Quality Chop House
Rudland and Stubbs
St John

The Living Room
The Sirloin Restaurant
Vivat Bacchus
Yo! Sushi

School

Charterhouse Square School

Self-Catering

Executive Roomspace - Dickinson Court
Market View Apartments

Solicitor

England Palmer Solicitors

Taxi

City Fleet Cars

Shops

B R E Bookshop
Oddbins
Antoni & Alison
Klinik (The)
St John
Simply Sausages
Rymans

Antiques

Estal Plating Ltd
Felisa Jewels
Harris Jonathan

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66 Turnmill Street (0.11 miles)

66 Turnmill Street
These chic and modern apartments offer iPod docks, spacious living areas and fitted kitchens in London’s Clerkenwell district. King’s Cross Station and St. Paul’s Cathedral are a 20-minute walk away.

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London Choice Serviced Apartments (0.16 miles)

London Choice Serviced Apartments
London Choice™ offers an outstanding and exclusive collection of quality short stay Serviced Apartments throughout London. We are here to help you find the perfect home from home in London. We invite you to experience ... More
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Chancery Lane (0.18 miles)

Chancery Lane

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A high quality residential development of apartments quietly situated in the heart of the City. Located close to High Holborn, Fleet Street Chancery Lane enjoys a prime location, close to ... More

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The Zetter (0.19 miles)

The Zetter

The Zetter is a new Hotel for the Clerkenwell area a dynamic conversion of a historic Victorian warehouse that ...
...benefits from giant windows, spectacular central atrium over 5 floors, comfortable contemporary bedrooms and the central ... More | visit website

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Malmaison London (0.20 miles)

Malmaison London
Malmaison London is situated in Charterhouse Square, on the sharper edge of the Square Mile, and near the hub of one of the world’s leading financial markets. It’s also a short taxi ride from those tourist ... More | visit website
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Citadines Apartments Barbican (0.33 miles)

Citadines Apartments Barbican

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In a new seven story building, Citadines offers 129 fully equipped apartments, either studios or two room apartments. Its location is near the Barbican centre, whose various cultural activities will satisfy ... More

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SACO London - Fleet Street (0.45 miles)

SACO London - Fleet Street

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Located in a quiet courtyard, steps from the bustle of Fleet Street and Fetter Lane, these apartments are within easy walking distance of Chancery Lane, St Paul's and Blackfriars underground ... More

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Club Quarters St Paul's (0.47 miles)

Club Quarters St Paul

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Next to St. Paul's Cathedral, this private and exclusive 4-star hotel offers free Wi-Fi and spacious air-conditioned accommodation in the heart of the City, London's financial centre. The Club Quarters, St. Pauls ... More

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Rosebery Hall (0.49 miles)

Rosebery Hall

LSE Rosebery Hall has a central location in Clerkenwell between the West End and the City. It is located opposite Sadler’s Wells Theatre and just five minutes from Angel and Upper Street, with its vibrant ... More | visit website

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Apex Temple Court Hotel (0.50 miles)

A luxury 4 star hotel, located in the central historic Temple area close to the City of London’s financial and legal districts, as well as theatreland in the West End. The hotel features: bar, restaurant, ... More | visit website

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