February 9, 2018

Where in Legible London?

Where in Legible London is this?

This is St. Paul’s Cathedral, sitting at the top of Ludgate Hill - the highest point in the City of London.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is City Hall near Tower Bridge, designed by Norman Foster and the seat of the Mayor of London.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is the Royal Albert Hall, near Kensington Gardens, opened by Queen Victoria in 1871.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Westminster Abbey, by Parliament Square, founded over a thousand years ago!

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Lloyds of London, on Lime Street, completed in 1986 and the youngest building ever to be awarded a Grade 1 listing.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Tate Britain, on Millbank by the River Thames, housing one of the largest collections of historic works in the UK.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Strata, a residential skyscraper at Elephant & Castle.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is The Den, home of Millwall Football Club, and the first new all-seater stadium in England when it opened in 1992.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is The Barkers Building, on High Street Kensington, now containing a branch of the Whole Foods Market chain.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Claridge’s, in Mayfair, opened in 1812 and often claimed to be the first hotel in London.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Sadler’s Wells Theatre, near the Angel, Islington, the sixth such building on this site since 1683.

Where in Legible London is this?

This is Freemasons' Hall in Covent Garden, a classic example of the Art Deco architectural style.