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Next year marks the 500th anniversary of one of the more important, and visually impressive diplomatic missions between the British and French monarchies, the Field of Cloth of Gold.
A rather grand bronze statue can be found stranded and surrounded by modern buildings in Whitechapel.
West Ham tube station is set to get an additional entrance to cope with demand when a 3,800 home development opens next to the station.
As the MPs are away, Parliament is letting the mere electorate in to have lunch or dinner in the Members’ Dinning Room.
A new display inside the subway at Marble Arch tube station has been created to show off history of the Marble Arch that sits above it.
This is a narrow passage in Spitalfields that’s the legacy of slum clearances in Victorian times.
For the first time ever, three famous paintings of Queen Elizabeth I, the Armada Portraits, are going on display together in the same place, at Queen’s House in Greenwich.
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People using the London Overground line between Watford and Euston will have a more frequent service from next during off-peak hours.
An observatory operated by UCL in North London has acquired a new telescope, which happens to be the largest of its kind in the UK.
Fresh from promoting a national newspaper, Westminster tube station’s roundels have been given an artist makeover — with an African theme.
The shopping heart of London will soon have fewer shops, after the local trade group announced plans for a large-scale revamp of the area.