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Old Curiosity Shop, Portsmouth Street, Westminster, London, as immortalised by Charles Dickens in ‘Little Nell’. It was built in 1567. Date taken : 1870 - 1900

Pld King's School Shop in Canterbury, England - built in 1647 - Looks like it's right out of Harry Potter's Diagon Alley!

Wandering around the Barbican’s highwalks can be quite the artistic adventure in itself.The latest addition is a series of Grade II murals by English artist, Dorothy Annan, relocated from the Fleet Building. Originally commissioned by the Ministry of Works, these nine ceramic panels feature stylistic images of telecommunications equipment in a striking example of 1960s mural art.

Ramsgate in Kent, England. Here in the harbour you can still see a few boats that took part in the evacuation of Dunkirk in WW2

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The Bogside Artists in Northern Ireland

The Bogside Artist murals - Derry, Northern Ireland http://www.hecktictravels.com/the-bogside-artists