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LONDON

Victorian City

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If in the early nineteenth century London was already the largest city in the world, only half a century later it had already turned up into a sprawling metropolis with almost three million inhabitants. A busy city, noisy, but also unhealthy and overcrowded, where life and death, wealth and poverty, progress and inhuman conditions coexisted with each other, side by side.

Victorian London is both the literary city of Charles Dickens and Arthur Conan Doyle and the one clearly and crudely described by diaries, documents and newspapers of the time. This walk will take a dip into the past, and lead you through remnants of social history and engineering jewels, art and architecture.

    • DURATION 2 HOURS
    • PRICE£10 PER PERSON + 1.21 BOOKING FEE
    • STARTSOUTSIDE FARRINGDON STATION
    • FINISHESGUILDHALL ART GALLERY
      (nearest stations St Paul’s and Bank).
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Victorian City

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