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Trafalgar Square

A beautiful historic square in the heart of London and one of the city's top tourist attractions.

TravelCurious Tip

If you take the road called 'The Mall' from Trafalgar square, through Admiralty Arch and straight on you will reach Buckingham Palace. Whitehall road also adjoins the square, which is considered the centre of Her Majesty’s Government.

Trafalgar where?

Trafalgar Square is one of the most celebrated spots in London for its history and architectural beauty. Located in the centre of London near Charing Cross, this huge open space is one of the prettiest and most popular squares in town with loads to offer the curious tourist.

The location of the Square is of symbolic importance as it was once the location of the Royal Mews (grand stables), and it is named after the British victory in the 1805 naval battle off the Cape of Trafalgar. In the centre of the plaza is a huge Corinthian column dedicated to Admiral Horatio Nelson, who was killed in the Battle’s victory, and topped with a statue of the man himself. It is surrounded by four lions made from the bronze cannons of the Spanish and French ships which were melted down after the battle.

To either side of Nelson’s Column are two large and beautiful fountains which replaced smaller ones in 1937. The square is surrounded by many impressive buildings. The National Gallery is located on the north side, with the National Portrait Gallery just a stone’s throw further in St. Martin’s Place; the Saint Martin-in-the-Fields Church is situated in the east corner, and the Square is also home to South Africa House and Canada House.

Heroic stature

The Square holds a number of other statues of important figures in British history, including four main plinths for the most important statues – those of King George IV, General Charles James Napier and Major-General Henry Havelock.

The ‘Fourth Plinth’ is special as it remained empty for over 100 years until 1988; today, it is a coveted pedestal that displays commissioned works for 18-month stints. Its current resident is Hans Haacke’s skeletal Gift Horse, a wry comment on austerity and City excess. A bustling site where Londons old and new collide, Trafalgar Square is a vital stop for any visitor.

Nearby Attractions

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National Gallery
One of the most famous art museums in the world, it houses work spanning from the middle ages to the modern era.
St-Martin's-in-the-Fields
St Martin's-in-the-fields is a stunning Georgian church located off Trafalgar square.
Turner's The Fighting Temeraire
The National Gallery houses several of Turner's larger than life paintings of seascapes and storms.
Van Gogh's Sunflowers
One of the National Gallery's 30 Must See Paintings, Van Gogh's Sunflowers is only one of his numerous paintings on display.
Caravaggio's Salome Receives the Head of John the Baptist
Caravaggio's is known as one of the masters of chiaroscuro techniques to capture the emotion of his subjects.
Canaletto's A Regatta on the Grand Canal
Canaletto's numerous, highly detailed works are on display throughout the world, with several on display at The National Gallery.

Related Tours

London's Full Day Highlights including London Eye Ride
This full-day tour is the perfect way to see London's iconic sites and experience a ride on the London Eye, as well as a Thames cruise. 

  • Start with a visit to the Tower of London, the oldest palace, fortress and prison in the whole of Europe.
  • Enjoy the wonderful scenery of Central London with a relaxing cruise down the Thames.
  • See London’s most famous buildings including St James’ Palace, Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards, the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben.
  • Visit London’s Gothic architectural marvel: Westminster Abbey.
  • End your tour with a relaxing ride on the London Eye, which offers the best views of the entire city at a thrilling 135m.
Tower of London:

What a day to remember! Learn more about the great city of London and explore its fascinating history with an expert guide. Your guide will collect you from where you are staying and take you to the famous Tower of London, where you will discover the many stories of one of the oldest buildings in London, and experience where some of the greatest events in English History occurred. Best of all, you will be able to admire the stunning Crown Jewels. 

River Cruise, Buckingham Palace, St James’s Palace & Park:

On leaving the Tower you will travel to Westminster by river cruise for a walking tour past some of London’s most famous buildings including St James’s Palace, Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards, the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben. If you're lucky you might catch the Changing of the Guards ceremony, which is full of pomp and ceremony (this is dependent on the day and weather).

Westminster Abbey & London Eye:

After lunch in Westminster, you will continue your day with a private tour of London’s royal church, Westminster Abbey - the site of 38 coronations and the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Learn about the Coronation ceremony and enjoy the beauty of this 800 year old treasure. After a day crammed full of history and culture, the best way to end your highlights tour is with a relaxing ride on the London Eye (one of the world's biggest Ferris Wheels), which offers spectacular views across London.

The Very Best of London: Crown Jewels and Big Ben
 Experience a full-day tour of London's spectacular landmarks with a private and knowledgeable Blue Badge guide.

  • Start with a visit to London’s castle: the Tower of London
  • See the stunning Crown Jewels
  • Enjoy the wonderful scenery of Central London with a relaxing cruise down the Thames
  • Stroll around Westminster and take in the stunning sights: from Big Ben to the marvelous architecture of Somerset House
  • Learn about Westminster’s political history and see the outside of the Houses of Parliament
  • Look at the Prime Minister’s residence at 10 Downing Street
  • Experience the famous Trafalgar Square before wandering down The Mall to Buckingham Palace
    
    
 Tower of London
 
 
Your guide will collect you from where you are staying and take you to a spectacular castle. Here you will discover the many stories of one of the oldest buildings in London, and experience where some of the greatest events in English history occurred. Best of all, you will be able to admire the stunning Crown Jewels which are kept here behind extensive security in the aptly-named Jewel House.

River Cruise and Lunch

On leaving the Tower you will travel to Westminster by a scenic river cruise. Travelling by river is the most relaxing (and often most efficient) way of getting through the centre of the city. You'll pass under London and Waterloo Bridge, spy the London Eye, and view Somerset House on your right-hand side. After docking at Westminster Pier under the watchful gaze of Big Ben, your guide will recommend a number of restaurants and eateries where you can have a quick or leisurely lunch.
 
 Westminster and Buckingham Palace
 
 
The second half of the day will be dedicated to walking around Westminster and taking in the grandeur of Buckingham Palace. 
 
 First, you will be guided around the outside of the Houses of Parliament, with a lengthy stop outside Big Ben, and learn about the political history of Parliament Square. This will be followed by an exhibition of the outside of Westminster Abbey and, if time permits, you will be able to go inside (entrance tickets not included). This is London’s royal church which has been the site of 38 coronations and was where the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took place. Your guide will then take you on a walk-up Whitehall to No. 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister's residence, ending up at Trafalgar Square.
 
 Finally, we will walk down to take in the view of Buckingham Palace and then up and down The Mall, where jubilant crowds have historically greeted the news about the royal family in this scenic tree-lined avenue.

We built this tour because 
it invites travellers to explore London's sites with a Blue Badge guide, with plenty of space for adaptability and personal preferences! 
The Heart of London: Iconic Squares and Royal Streets
  • Admire Trafalgar Square, named after Britain’s most famous Naval victory.
  • View the stunning St-Martins-in-the-Fields, the gorgeous Georgian church on the North-West of Trafalgar Square.
  • Explore Covent Garden, the former market is now which is now famous for its varied street performers.
  • Visit Piccadilly Circus, an iconic hub of the city, which always has a vibrant atmosphere.
  • Marvel at the London home of the British Royal family, an essential part of British history.
  • Spend an hour in the National Gallery, or discuss your plan for your London trip over a coffee.

This area of central London is one of the most exciting and vibrant parts of the city. It is steeped in history and includes Trafalgar square which is dedicated to Britain’s famous victory over the French and Spanish fleets at Trafalgar. You will explore this area at your own pace and your guide will discuss the history of this famous battle. Your guide will introduce you to Horatio Nelson, the British commander who died during the battle and has a towering column dedicated to him in the centre of the square. The Amba Charing Cross hotel is located around 3 minutes from here. This establishment has an interesting history and it is rumoured that Jack the Ripper even stayed here as evidence suggests he left behind a mysterious black bag which the police tried to identify him by. It also suffered from heavy German bombing during world war two which meant the whole set of top floors had to be rebuilt.

Next you will see the St-Martins-in-the-Fields, the stunning Georgian church built with a neoclassical design. You will explore the bustling hubs of Piccadilly circus and Covent garden, walking past some of the world famous theatres of the West End. Next you will walk to Buckingham Palace, the London home of the royal family and one of the most iconic sites in London. Finally you have the option to visit the National Gallery and view the amazing selection of work on display. Or alternatively you can discuss the best sites and places to visit for the rest of your stay in London with your expert local guide. 
Kings and Queens: Royal London For Kids
  • Visit the Tower of London, and see the Crown Jewels within. 
  • Take a river cruise along the Thames past  iconic bridges, cathedrals and palaces.
  • Next see Buckingham Palace, and see Gothic architectural marvel: Westminster Abbey.
  • Also see Tower Bridge,  the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
  • Our team will match the perfect guide to entertain and inspire all ages.
  • Safely navigate the City, avoiding traffic and busy crowds. 

This tour is ideal for those families who would like a taste of London in half a day. See London’s unmissable attractions and finest Royal sites in an exciting four hours. Whether your family are interested in history, river cruises, experiencing iconic British traditions or marvelling at beautiful Royal Palaces and Parks. You will experience a bit of everything on this tour.  

Keep your kids and younger family members excited throughout. We will ensure a perfect match of guide, ensuring all ages are inspired. Get a peppering of tales, fun facts and stories about London, British Culture and tradition. Hear of the Secret tunnels which lie beneath Buckingham palace, the many attempts to steal the Crown Jewels. And the infamous 14 year old cat-burglar caught stealing Queen Victoria’s underwear. See London’s famous palace guards, royal cavalry and maybe even the Queen herself if you are lucky!

On this excursion you will also avoid the rush and busyness of a group tour, and enjoy a more intimate, flexible experience. Your personal guide will help you easily navigate the City, and ensure you have the smoothest, most enjoyable day possible. Enjoy a day out that is fun for the whole family!
Private Family-Friendly Tour of London
Perfect for those families who would like a full experience of London in a day. See London’s unmissable attractions, parks and finest Royal sites with an expert guide. Learn about fascinating English history, British tradition and London's incredible past. From the plague, the great fire of London to the Blitz. You will experience everything that London has to offer on this fantastic tour.

  • Enter the Tower of London, see the Crown Jewels and visit the old prison.
  • Board a river cruise and enjoy jaw-dropping panoramas across the City and its sites.
  • Pass Tower Bridge,  the iconic London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Somerset House.
  • Disembark at Westminster - London's grand governmental district. See Whitehall and 10 Downing Street.
  • Next visit Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey via the beautiful St James Park and Trafalgar Square.
  • Safely navigate the City, avoiding traffic and busy crowds. 
  • Our team will match the perfect guide to entertain and inspire all ages

Keep even the most easily distracted entertained! We know how important it is to inspire all ages, and work hard to ensure a perfect match of guide.  Get a peppering of tales, fun facts and stories about London, British Culture and tradition. Hear of the Secret tunnels which lie beneath Buckingham palace, the many attempts to steal the Crown Jewels. And the infamous 14 year old cat-burglar caught stealing Queen Victoria’s underwear. Hear tales of Shakespeare, Charlie Chaplin and Winston Churchill. And learn how their lives intertwined with this fabulous City.
Also see London’s famous palace guards, royal cavalry and maybe even the Queen herself if you are lucky!

Avoid the rush and business of a group tour and take centre stage with your guide. There are no other groups or noise to drown out the experience. As such, you will also enjoy a pace adjusted to you and your family. Your personal guide will help you easily navigate the City, and ensure you have the smoothest, most enjoyable day possible. Enjoy a day out that is fun for the whole family!
Private Walking Tour of Westminster
Perfect for those who would like a full experience of London.  See London’s unmissable attractions, parks and finest Royal sites with an expert guide. Learn about fascinating English history, British tradition and London's incredible past—from the plague and the great fire of London to the Blitz. 

  • See Whitehall and 10 Downing Street, the Houses of Parliament,  Somerset House and Big Ben.
  • Next hear stories as you visit the outside of Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey via the beautiful St James Park and Trafalgar Square.
Reveal the secrets of power and politics on our exciting tour of Westminster, visiting some of the most recognisable landmarks. Visit the Houses of Parliament, the supreme legislative body of the United Kingdom, and be inspired by its mighty history. Gain insight into the centuries old Westminster Abbey, the setting for every coronation since 1066, many royal weddings and the final resting place of 17 monarchs. Find out the secrets of the underground bunker where Churchill won the Second World War. View the fascinating statues and memorials on Trafalgar Square, Parliament Square and Whitehall, dedicated to some of the greatest politicians and monarchs of the British Empire. Amble through the fabulous gardens and sights of St James Park and witness the Changing of the Guards in front of magnificent Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of the UK’s sovereigns since 1837. Walk along the Mall and learn curious facts about British Kings & Queens, who turned the British Empire into the most dominant power on Earth.

Begin exploring the heart of London’s parliamentary district. This was the brain and nerve centre for British and Allied forces in Europe and abroad. See the Winston Churchillmemorial, and learn about his adolescence, personal life and fascinating rise to government. See partially destroyed buildings from the blitz and visit The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the Prime Minister's residence. Next visit The iconic Cenotaph war memorial, special service headquarters and Ghurka memorial.

Westminster and Buckingham Palace

First, you will be guided around the outside of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben and learn about the political history of Parliament Square. Then, you'll be shown around the outside of Westminster Abbey, and if time permits you'll be able to go inside (entrance tickets not included).  This is London’s royal church which has been the site of 38 coronations and was where the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took place.  Following this will be a walk up Whitehall to No. 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister's residence, ending up at Trafalgar Square.

Finally, we will walk down to take in the Prospect of Buckingham Palace and then up and down the tree-lined Mall, where thousands of jubilant crowds have greeted news about the royal family for generations.
Power and Politics in Westminster: From Empire to Brexit
The ideal tour for those interested in Britain's power and politics, amidst the uncertainty following the pivotal 2016 vote. This group walking tour will take you through London's unmissable attractions, parks, and finest Royal sites, as you uncover Britain's traditional past and uncertain future. 

  • Explore the heart of London’s parliamentary district
  • Uncover how Brexit has its roots in the British Empire
  • Discuss the lead-up to the EU referendum of June 2016 and the social discontent since
  • Question Britain's status in an increasingly uncertain environment 
  • Evaluate the possible outcomes regarding Britain leaving the EU
Since the 23rd June, 2016 referendum - where 51.9% voted to leave and 48.1% voted to remain - Brexit has remained a contentious and confusing topic. Statistically, conflicted votes were generationally and demographically divided, with Scotland and Northern Ireland predominantly voting to remain, whilst England and Wales voted to leave. Regardless of the contradictory opinions regarding Britain's relationship with the European Union, one thing is certain- nobody really knows what the consequences of the Brexit deal will be. 

Britain's History  

The narration and historiography of the British Empire are complex, multifaceted, and continually evolving. At its peak, the British Empire was the largest empire that the world has ever known- covering one-quarter of the earth, and governing over one-fifth of its population. The consequences of this imperial state were far-reaching, and still, steer Britain's position in the 21st century. Uncover the nuances of the British Empire, as you navigate through the history of British royalty with your guide, passing timeless architectural landmarks such as Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.

Britain's Future 

The links and debates regarding the British Empire and Brexit are extensive. Whilst some argue that Brexit can be seen as Empire 2.0, others attest that Brexit being a result of imperial nostalgia is a myth. Regardless of what you believe, it is unquestionable that both the British Empire and Brexit are vital regarding Britain's global position in the 21st century. Your guide will therefore invite you to dwell on the past before you examine Britain's uncertain future; forming a political narrative where the intricacies of both Empire and Brexit entangle. 
Westminster Classic Private Driving Tour (in a traditional London Black Cab)
Explore the hub of British politics in the quintessentially British black cab, with an expert guide to narrate your journey with stories highlighting the significance of this fascinating area. See all of Westminster’s iconic landmarks, including the Houses of Parliament, Downing Street, and Westminster Abbey, as well as 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and 2 Tudor Palaces - among many other sights (full list below). 

  • See iconic sights including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and the Palace of Westminster.
  • Marvel at the architectural wonders of St James' Palace, Westminster Cathedral, St Margaret's Church, and Westminster School.
  • Visit both iconic and lesser-known places including Downing Street, Central Methodist Hall, Banqueting House, Horse Guards, and the National Gallery
  • Hear stories of how sights earned their claims to fame, including Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column, Marble Arch, Wellington Memorial, Lambeth Palace, the London Eye, and the River Thames.
  • At the end of your tour, your final set-down point can be any preferred Central London location.

On your black cab tour, discover the real London – from a well-informed cabbie who knows London like the back of his hand, with many hidden secrets for you to discover!  Westminster has been home to many of our fundamental political institutions for hundreds of years, including Parliament, the monarchy, and the judicial system. No other area in the UK is so powerful and influential in the forming and implementation of laws. Amidst the uncertainty of Brexit, as well as the possible collapse of our essentially 2-party system, there is no better time to delve into the world of politics. 

Whether you are interested in the British monarchy's royal palaces or the UK Parliament and Brexit, your expert guide is more than happy to spill all of the gossips, alongside the history of any topic which may interest you. If you would prefer to hear more about the Second World War and Churchill's magnificent speeches, or the 2000-year-old architecture and London's modern skyscrapers, then feel free to ask questions along those lines. Your guide is ready to discuss anything you throw his or her way - including filming locations for Harry Potter, James Bond, and Downton Abbey, amongst many others. In short, for any curiosity, you may have about London today and British history as a whole, you're in great hands for a conversation to leave you reeling for hours after your tour has ended. 
Group Tour - Magic Amongst Muggles: Harry Potter in London
Whether you're fanatical about your Hogwarts house or whether you're a muggle ('non magic folk'), we will bring to life the magic of the wizarding world of Harry Potter.  Experience the myths, mysteries, and hidden gems on this fascinating 2.5 hour tour of London.

  • Discover places that first inspired J.K Rowling and visit many film locations.
  • Visit the Leaky Cauldron, Durmstrang's traveling ship, and Diagon Alley before seeing Millennium Bridge - the site of the muggle killings by Death Eaters. 
  • Hop aboard the muggle underground to visit the entrance to the Ministry of Magic and the muggle Prime Minister's home.
  • Hear the spellbinding stories behind the characters, the author, and the actors.
  • Learn lesser known facts, trivia and insider knowledge about the books and films.
Whether you're merely a muggle harbouring a belief of the wizarding world's existence or whether you  remember He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, this tour will take you through several of the filming locations for the story of the boy-who-lived. 

Prepare for your own sorting ceremony and be sure you know which magical creature you want to bring with you to Hogwarts. In just three hours, you'll traverse many of London's hidden passageways and filming locations for the iconic 8 films. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Ernie Prang and Stan Shunpike navigating the Knight Bus throughout the city. 

Visit the beloved literary and cinematic landmarks of Harry Potter as you amble through the muggle-run streets of London. Our fun, expert guides are sure to excite the Potter fan in everyone. See Diagon Alley, the Leaky cauldron,  and other spellbinding places. Enjoy fascinating trivia on the series and gain a lesser known insight into the characters, author and actors. Hear tales that even the most dedicated fans and Potterheads will not have heard before!  With wands, quizzes and prizes, you will enjoy a unique wizarding experience. 

We promise even if you're not enough of a Potter-head to understand a single reference made in this tour, your guide is used to dealing with muggles and educating them on the magic of the wizarding world! 

Let's unlock the magic and your guide may even show you some tricks- Alohomora!

Note: If you would like to visit Platform 9¾ after the tour to hop aboard the Hogwarts Express, your guide will be happy to direct you to King's Cross. 
Private Tour Magic Amongst Muggles: Harry Potter in London
Whether you're fanatical about your Hogwarts house or whether you're a muggle ('non magic folk'), we will bring to life the magic of the wizarding world of Harry Potter.  Experience the myths, mysteries, and hidden gems on this fascinating 2.5 hour tour of London.

  • Discover places that first inspired J.K Rowling and visit many film locations.
  • Visit the Leaky Cauldron, Durmstrang's traveling ship, and Diagon Alley before seeing Millennium Bridge - the site of the muggle killings by Death Eaters. 
  • Hop aboard the muggle underground to visit the entrance to the Ministry of Magic and the muggle Prime Minister's home.
  • Hear the spellbinding stories behind the characters, the author, and the actors.
  • Learn lesser known facts, trivia and insider knowledge about the books and films.
Whether you're merely a muggle harbouring a belief of the wizarding world's existence or whether you  remember He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, this tour will take you through several of the filming locations for the story of the boy-who-lived. 

Prepare for your own sorting ceremony and be sure you know which magical creature you want to bring with you to Hogwarts. In just three hours, you'll traverse many of London's hidden passageways and filming locations for the iconic 8 films. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Ernie Prang and Stan Shunpike navigating the Knight Bus throughout the city. 

Visit the beloved literary and cinematic landmarks of Harry Potter as you amble through the muggle-run streets of London. Our fun, expert guides are sure to excite the Potter fan in everyone. See Diagon Alley, the Leaky cauldron,  and other spellbinding places. Enjoy fascinating trivia on the series and gain a lesser known insight into the characters, author and actors. Hear tales that even the most dedicated fans and Potterheads will not have heard before!  With wands, quizzes and prizes, you will enjoy a unique wizarding experience. 

We promise even if you're not enough of a Potter-head to understand a single reference made in this tour, your guide is used to dealing with muggles and educating them on the magic of the wizarding world! 

Let's unlock the magic and your guide may even show you some tricks- Alohomora!

Note: If you would like to visit Platform 9¾ after the tour to hop aboard the Hogwarts Express, your guide will be happy to direct you to King's Cross. 
Private Walking Tour: The Temple of Detection in the Heart of Power
Beginning over one thousand years ago, the Scottish Royals made themselves at home in London where the Great Scotland Yard Hotel now stands; it also served as the first home for the Metropolitan Police, with infamous criminals being held —including suspects of the Jack the Ripper crime spree — in what is now the hotel bar. Immerse yourself in the hotel’s history on a private walking tour of one of the world’s most famous and storied neighbourhoods. On your private tour you will: 

  • Learn about the hotel’s history through its artwork — including the role the curated art plays in prison rehabilitation programs today. 
  • Step out into the neighborhood and hear about the originals of the Met Police and Whitehall’s connection to the Sherlock Holmes saga.
  • Enjoy centuries of tales of espionage including at Benjamin Franklin’s last home, where his mission was infiltrated by a British agent. 
  • See where the entrance to Harry Potter’s Ministry of Magic is set – and maybe even experience some magic yourselves! 
  • Discuss the crosshairs between which power and the British monarchy are often found — and how the stories playing out today echo back through time. 
  • Along the route, enjoy the iconic sites of the city— the Horse Guards Parade, the Palace of Westminster, 10 Downing Street, and the Churchill War Rooms - all while delighting in the  chronicled anecdotes of plots, scandals, secret passageways under the city, and war. 
  • Return to the Great Scotland Yard Hotel and venture to the 40 Elephants and enjoy a signature house cocktail. 
  • Your tour ends with a signature cocktail at the 40 Elephants Bar in the hotel, where you will be apprised of the illustrious history from which the bar has taken its name. 
Located just blocks from Trafalgar Square to the north, the Palace of Westminster to the south, and Buckingham Palace to the west, it’s of little wonder that over a thousand years of England’s history has triangulated on The Great Scotland Yard Hotel. Your starts and ends at the hotel itself, medieval seat of royalty, then home to elite civil servants and in Victorian times the Central Office of the detective unit of the Metropolitan Police, where the beautiful artwork specially commissioned by Hyatt Hotels for this celebrates famous figures, police, criminals and even modern prisoners and politicians.

 Within its walls, kings and queens have slept, criminals have been held, and spies have operated without detection. On its doorstep, the entire city of London has played out its history, as centuries of stewards have made use of the now-hotel. You will explore the creation of the modern police force, some of the heinous crimes (real and fictional) investigated on this site, and the local connections both Royal and Political here, the centre of power in the UK for many centuries. Join Travel Curious guides on a walk of world history as told through the peculiar and one-of-a-kind history of the Great Scotland Yard Hotel. 
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