A London tube station roof is filled with brightly coloured art
If you go onto the roof of Temple tube station at the moment, the formerly grey terrace is a riot of colours, as the entire half-acre space has been filled in with patterned flooring tiles.,
London’s Alleys: The Outer Temple, WC2
Opposite the Royal Courts of Justice is what looks like a normal set of office doors that lead one of London's best-hidden alleys.
London’s Alleys: Devereux Court, WC2
This is a passageway that wavers from wide open court to narrow rubbish filled alley, and is named after a traitor.
Temple Open Weekend – Visit the home of the Da Vinci Code
This year is the 400th anniversary of the founding of Temple in Fleet Street as a center for the legal profession – when in 1608, King James 1 granted land and buildings in The Temple, including the church to the…