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111 Places in London

That You Shouldn't Miss

John Sykes

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Birgit Weber

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN: 978-3-7408-1644-5


£ 13.99
$ 23.95

111 Places in London

That You Shouldn't Miss


London is strange and beautiful, conventional and crazy, traditional and subversive. This book celebrates its diversity, showing you Little Ben, a fake 10 Downing Street, a bridge that rolls itself up and God’s Own Junkyard. Find out why did Robbie Williams feud with his next-door neighbour, where Lenin und Julian Assange campaigned for their beliefs, how the city commemorates the Queen Mother and Princess Diana, and where a true gentleman buys his wine and umbrellas. 

John Sykes

John Sykes, was born in Southport, Lancashire, studied in Oxford and Manchester and lived in London before moving to Germany and making his home in Cologne. He has written and translated books about London, including a Sherlock Holmes mystery, and is the author of several travel guides about the British Isles.


Birgit Weber

Birgit Weber studied in Aachen and lives in Cologne. She has worked on many book projects, including several about London. For more than 30 years she has been travelling to Britain and is regularly in London. The city fascinates her every time, because there is always something new to discover.



Wylde Magazine

"Author John Sykes (...) has gathered together a brilliant collection of places to visit"

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