The Ten Bells Pub, London, England, where Jack the Ripper's victims went for a drink.  by Heather Applegate

The Ten Bells Pub, London, England, where Jack the Ripper's victims went for a drink. by Heather Applegate

En 1880 la « Society for Photographing Relics of Old London » a été créée pour photographier les bâtiments de Londres qui allaient êtres détruits pour moderniser son urbanisme. Les longs temps de pose nécessaires à cette époque rendent la ville vide, à l’exception de quelques personnages immobiles.

En 1880 la « Society for Photographing Relics of Old London » a été créée pour photographier les bâtiments de Londres qui allaient êtres détruits pour moderniser son urbanisme. Les longs temps de pose nécessaires à cette époque rendent la ville vide, à l’exception de quelques personnages immobiles.

The George Pub - London, England (I just want to go to a place like this, have a few, and people watch.)

The George Pub - London, England (I just want to go to a place like this, have a few, and people watch.)

Inn at Jack London Square (***)  SIMONE JENNIFER FRIGNI has just reviewed the hotel Inn at Jack London Square in Oakland - United States of America #Hotel #Oakland  http://www.cooneelee.com/en/hotel/United-States-of-America/Oakland/Inn-at-Jack-London-Square/46050

Inn at Jack London Square (***) SIMONE JENNIFER FRIGNI has just reviewed the hotel Inn at Jack London Square in Oakland - United States of America #Hotel #Oakland http://www.cooneelee.com/en/hotel/United-States-of-America/Oakland/Inn-at-Jack-London-Square/46050

Rookery (slum) in Victorian England. These areas were overcrowded, low quality housing with poor or no sanitation.

Rookery (slum) in Victorian England. These areas were overcrowded, low quality housing with poor or no sanitation.

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "Knife Grinder at the entrance to Lincoln’s Inn Fields, with a seller of rush, rope and wool mats."

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "Knife Grinder at the entrance to Lincoln’s Inn Fields, with a seller of rush, rope and wool mats."

One of the world's most famous pubs, The Blind Beggar was, until the 1960s, just one of hundreds of pubs in London's East End.

One of the world's most famous pubs, The Blind Beggar was, until the 1960s, just one of hundreds of pubs in London's East End.

The Inn at Jack London Square in Oakland: Hotel Rates & Reviews on Orbitz

The Inn at Jack London Square in Oakland: Hotel Rates & Reviews on Orbitz

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