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To the memory of Sir Hans Sloane B.A.P. President of the Royal Society and of the College of Physicians who in the year of our Lord 1753, the 92d of his age, without the least pain of body and with a conscious serenity of mind ended a virt…
A History of Marble Arch Marble Arch was designed by John Nash in 1828 to be the main entrance to Buckingham Palace. It was moved to its present site in 1851 when an extension was built to Buckingham Palace, leaving insufficient space for the Arc…
Jack Buchanan Actor - Manager 1890 - 1957 lived here
On this site in January 1918 Dame Katharine Furse G.B.E. Established the first headquarters of the W.R.N.S. Womens Royal Naval Service
Royal Aeronautical Society Aeronautical Heritage Plaque The Royal Aeronautical Society was created in 1866 to further the art, science and engineering of aeronautics. Unveiled in 2016, this plaque marks the 150th anniversary of the Society's f…
Invictis Pax In Memory of the Men and Women Of Chelsea Who Gave Their Lives in The Great War MDCCCCXIV MDCCCCXVIII and MCMXXXIX MCMXLV Their Lives For Their Country Their Souls to Their God
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea The Chelsea Physic Garden Was established by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London in 1673 and is the oldest botanic garden, after Oxford, in England. A statue of Sir Hans Sloane, an early bene…
Mount Street Gardens was first laid out as a public garden in 1889-90 on the site of a former burial ground belonging to the parish of St. George Hanover Square. Mount Street takes its name from Mount Field, which included Oliver's Mount, the rema…
The Crown sits on the site of one of the most well known and popular concert halls, The Hickford Rooms. During the first half of the 18th Century it was the most prestigious music hall in London. One notable concert of its later days w…
Here lived Benjamin Disraeli Earl of Beaconsfield From 1839 To 1873
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