This guide to London has been extensively revised to cover all changes in the capital since 1987. The area covered is the section between the Tower, Kensington and Chelsea, Primrose Hill and the South Bank, with excursions up and down the river. Each chapter has a clear map and follows a suggested walk, with both the splendours and the oddities of the town, parks, palaces and pubs.
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DAVID PIPER was an art historian, director of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, from 1973-1985, and before that director of the National Portrait Gallery, London.
FIONNUALA JERVIS, who revised the guide, has edited and contributed to numerous historical and art historical publications, and in the course of this revision has walked every step of the way in David Piper's footprints from her home in Kensington.
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Book Description Collins, 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11000211125X