Series: City Walks - City of London Corporation

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The Art of Faith
Design of the times : Discover the modern face of the City
Dicken's 'Magic Lantern' : Discover the city that was his home and inspiration by Tony Williams
The Great Fire of London : Follow the trail of destruction left by the most famous fire in history
Lights, camera. action : visit the actual locations where many famous films were shot
Plagues, Pestilence & Pathology : Dissect London's medical history and explore streets once plagued by death and disease
Roads to Rome : Step into the heart of Roman London and discover the beginnings of the City by John Schofield
Shakespeare's London : Follow in the footstep's of the world-renowned dramatist and discover the city he made his home

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