28 thoughts on “Austin Friars Passage

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl 2016-04-07 / 6:41 am

    Wow! You did a lot of research for this post! Love the history of a place that has been around for such a long time. I bet the gardens were magical.

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-04-07 / 6:49 am

      London is full of marvelous history. I used one source and the big job was reducing all of it down from 8 pages to 2. I was inspired by the Wolf Hall series. The portrayal of Cromwell was so complex and well done (see my link at end of post).

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  2. Dan Antion 2016-04-07 / 7:29 am

    Thanks for including the history! I love learning more about the places in the photos!

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  3. Norm 2.0 2016-04-07 / 8:05 am

    Love it – I’m learning so much through these posts. Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. joey 2016-04-07 / 5:05 pm

    Very interesting. I haven’t heard of Wolf Hall. I’m going to check that out, thanks.

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  5. jesh stg 2016-04-07 / 7:43 pm

    Beautiful gate, and what a history behind it! Am curious why it was called the Dutch church (since this in London), do you know? Anyway, thank you for sharing such a treat!

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  6. Steve Schwartzman 2016-04-10 / 7:04 am

    Speaking of the Austin Friars and the 1200s and 1300s: that’s quite a contrast with Austin, Texas, where the oldest buildings go back only to the 1800s.

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