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St George the Martyr

Throughout Dickens novel, Little Dorrit, St George the Martyr church plays a central role - from Little Dorritt’s birth through the church where she is married.

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The Shard
The tallest building in the European Union, slicing 310 metres into the sky.
Borough Market
A beautiful wholesale fruit and vegetable market, one of the oldest in London.
The George Inn
Dating back to 1676 this is the only original galleried coaching inn left in London.
Marshalsea Prison
Charles Dickens father, John Dickens, was incarcerated here for debt in 1824
Marshalsea Prison
Much of today’s crime and punishment hails from Victorian England, when the practice of imprisoning 90% of offenders began, with a spectrum of punishments.
Lant Street
Charles Dickens grew up on Lant street and famously wrote about the plight of the poor, as much of his early life was influenced by his father’s incarceration in debtor’s prison.

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