If you’re interested in politics and history, visiting the Marx Memorial Library in London should be on your list of must-see destinations. The library is dedicated to studying and preserving the works of Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx, two of the most influential philosophers of the 19th century.
If you’re looking for an offbeat travel sight in London, you can take advantage of The World Turned Upside Down installation outside the London School of Economics.
The St Pancras Old Church in Central London is the subject of many rumors that point it as one of the oldest sites of Christian worship in England. What caught my attention was the appearance and atmosphere of the countryside church in the heart of London.
When you visit the beach in Brighton, you are going to see the famous Palace Pier and the ruins of the West Pier. The West Pier looks like a memorial to the glory days of pleasure piers in the United Kingdom. The burnt down pier remains at sea without any connection to the Brighton beach, still so close to anyone that goes there.
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Fotostrasse goes to London in this week of the #52weeksofburgers challenge and feasts at MeatLiquor. We heard about this place a while ago because of its peculiar decor in this post here, and Felipe tried it a few times in the past and thought it was pretty nice, so let’s see how it goes.
Since I started travelling to London for work, I started looking for unusual sights and different things to see in town. Back in March 2018, I visited one of the most unique locations London has to offer, but it’s not correctly a place, ‘it’s an alleyway plaque. A plaque that marks where the Texas Embassy used to stand in London. You read that right.
Workers of all lands unite, this is what you can read when you approach the tomb of Karl Marx at the Highgate Cemetery in North London. These are the final words of the Communist Manifesto, and this is the last resting place of Karl Marx, so they match really well.
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On the way between my hotel and King’s Cross, there was a park. A park with a familiar name but one of those names that doesn’t ring a bell but that you still think you know what it is. The park I’m mentioning here is called Joseph Grimaldi Park, and it’s named after the person that many consider being the world’s most famous clown, the great Joseph Grimaldi.
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