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From the Archive: Amazing Video: Watch the Evolution of London's Development over 2,000 Years From the Roman Age to Today

Amazing Video: Watch the Evolution of London's Development over 2,000 Years From the Roman Age to Today

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This looks, very, very good. I've been watching the production for this for quite some time so I'm very excited to finally see the trailer. This story is focused on one event, the buildup and planning of D-Day in June 1944. Here's the official Synopsis: June 1944. Allied Forces stand on the brink: a million soldiers are secretly assembled on the south coast of Britain, poised to invade...
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Brit Movies: Churchill – Brian Cox Stars as Churchill in New D-Day Biopic

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When a city has been around since Roman times, it tends to develop some very unique names for the city streets. Each era of London’s history has left its mark on the various streets, avenues, lanes, and ways. Here is a small selection of unique London street and place names and their fascinating histories. Crooked Usage The name of this street might be traced back to Anglo-Saxon days, where...
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Streets of London: London’s Most Unique Street Names and Their Fascinating Histories

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In this fascinating video Museum of London's Senior Curator of Contemporary History talks about the Great Smog of 1952. If you watched 'The Crown' on Netflix - this provides some interesting background to the episode where this was central to the plot.

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London Video: A Look at the Great Smog of London

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From the Archive: Eureka! Top Ten British Inventions That We Take for Granted Today

Eureka! Top Ten British Inventions That We Take for Granted Today

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From the Archive: Doctor Who 101 – A Tourist’s Guide to Gallifrey

Doctor Who 101 – A Tourist’s Guide to Gallifrey

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03/22/2017 at 22:35. Facebook
London is always in our heart.
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We have here our first look of sorts at the upcoming mini-sequel to Love Actually, Red Nose Day Actually. The short was produced for Red Nose Day, a fundraiser telethon in Britain and will air on March 24th. It will air in the USA on May 25th when the fundraiser is held here. We know that the special will reunite Hugh Grant, Martine McCutcheon, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Keira Knightley, Andrew...
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Brit Movies: First Preview of Sorts for Red Nose Day, Actually – Love Actually Mini-Sequel – Released

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We've been getting a lot of requests to bring back this design lately, so we've added it to our back catalog. St George, our beautiful tribute to England's Patron Saint by Malcolm Watson is now available all the time. It will ship with plenty of time for St George's Day next month. Order here now: [ Anglotees.com Link ]
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03/22/2017 at 14:41. Facebook
With its crown-topped steeple, St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh is one of the city’s most remarkable buildings and gives the city centre even more of a regal air. Also known as the High Kirk of Scotland, it is the mother church of the Church of Scotland and Presbyterianism following Scotland’s break with the Catholic Church. It has ever been at the head of Scottish religious life since its...
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Great British Buildings – St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh

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From the Archive: Great Britons: Horatio Nelson - Everything You Need to Know about Britain's Greatest Naval Hero

Great Britons: Horatio Nelson - Everything You Need to Know about Britain's Greatest Naval Hero

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From the Archive: Anglotopia Magazine: Great British Buildings - Manchester Town Hall

Anglotopia Magazine: Great British Buildings - Manchester Town Hall

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From the Archive: Pictures of England - Gold Hill in Shaftesbury Covered in Snow

Pictures of England - Gold Hill in Shaftesbury Covered in Snow

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From the Archive: The Secret Gardens of London's West End

The Secret Gardens of London's West End

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03/21/2017 at 20:13. Facebook
We don't normally post about Change.org petitions, if we posted everyone that people asked us to, it'd be all we posted. But this one is very important. You may have heard that the Whitechapel Bell Foundry is closing for good. This is the place where the Liberty Bell and Big Ben were cast. It is Britain's oldest continually operating business (founded in the 1570's!). It should be considered a...
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The East End Preservation Society: Save the Whitechapel Bell Foundry

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From the Archive: The London Fiver – Five of London’s Best Bakeries to Visit on Your Next Trip

The London Fiver – Five of London’s Best Bakeries to Visit on Your Next Trip

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This Week from Anglotopia: Notes from an English Farm, Issue #5 LAST CALL, Emma Bridgewater, Bean, London, Movies, History, Culture, and More!

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03/21/2017 at 14:56. Facebook
Today for the first time since last autumn I’ve put my washing out to dry on the line; I can’t tell you how exciting that is. Of course, it probably won’t be completely dry by the time I take it in, but it’s a thrilling moment I look forward to each spring. The cows are out in the field opposite the farm too. [ 1,086 more word ]

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Notes from an English Farm – Glorious Mud and Daffodils - Last Column

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