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Boys marching out of the London Foundling Hospital for the last time, 1926. Both the composer George Frideric Handel and the artist William Hogarth were governors of the home.

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The Magdalen Asylum Co. Cork., Ireland (See the skulls in the stairs?) Magdalene asylums were institutions from the 18th to the late-20th centuries ostensibly for "fallen women", a term used to imply sexual promiscuity. The first asylum in Ireland opened on Leeson Street in Dublin in 1765, founded by the Protestant Lady Arabella Denny.

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56 Artillery Lane, one of London oldest shop fronts. Owned in the 1750s by Nicholas Jourdain, Huguenot Silk Mercer and Director of the French Hospital. I carried out the paint analysis on the interior and exterior http://patrickbaty.co.uk/2010/11/26/artillery-lane/

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This picture shows St John's Gate, the gateway to what was once the priory of the Knights of St John. By the 18th century, it housed the offices of the publishers of the Gentleman's Magazine.

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mill road hospital liverpool Mill Road Hospital was originally built by the West Derby Union Board of Guardians as a workhouse for the sick and poor, but by 1891 it had been renamed Mill Road Infirmary. It remained a general hospital until the Second World War when during the Blitz it was vital in treating those injured in the bombing raids across the city.

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The 16th century Fords Hospital Courtyard, Greyfriars Lane, Coventry, England Founded by merchant William Ford in 1509 to provide accommodation for elderly people

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St. James's Park, London. And here we have Stop 6 on the yellow route: https://www.cityxplora.com/products/original-london-sightseeing-tour

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