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The new, expanded scale model of London at New London Architecture has been unveiled, complete with exciting interactive elements.

The new, expanded scale model of London at New London Architecture has been unveiled, complete with exciting interactive elements.

Mosaic from inside the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, London. (Better known to many as the building which featured as Thames House in the BBC drama 'Spooks'.)

Mosaic from inside the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, London. (Better known to many as the building which featured as Thames House in the BBC drama 'Spooks'.)

Inside London's Biggest Bookshop - Everything you need to know about this bookish behemoth.

Inside London's Biggest Bookshop - Everything you need to know about this bookish behemoth.

London is an incredible city, with breath-taking architecture and a fascinating history. It really is a must visit when traveling to Europe. However it is also well known for being an extremely exp...

London is an incredible city, with breath-taking architecture and a fascinating history. It really is a must visit when traveling to Europe. However it is also well known for being an extremely exp...

The Switch House extension to Tate Modern, in London.

Tate Modern's Switch House review – brain-fizzing art to power a pyramid

The Switch House extension to Tate Modern, in London.

Now you know: From London's Luther, Dorset's Broadchurch to Manchester's Shameless - the location of dozens of hit television shows are shown in this detailed map

New map of Britain shows where all our favourite TV shows were filmed

Now you know: From London's Luther, Dorset's Broadchurch to Manchester's Shameless - the location of dozens of hit television shows are shown in this detailed map

19th century Google Street View? You'd better believe it! From 1838-1840, John Tallis published a series of pamphlets showing the street elevations of London to help people find their way. Now, the Museum of London has digitized 35 of those elevations featuring London's West End in a navigable interactive map like those seen on Google Street View. For more info, click here: http://crowd.museumoflondon.org.uk/lsv1840/

19th century Google Street View? You'd better believe it! From 1838-1840, John Tallis published a series of pamphlets showing the street elevations of London to help people find their way. Now, the Museum of London has digitized 35 of those elevations featuring London's West End in a navigable interactive map like those seen on Google Street View. For more info, click here: http://crowd.museumoflondon.org.uk/lsv1840/

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