2013-04-20 Walk in the City of London 20/04/2013

This is based on the 'The City: Western Walk' from the book London's Hidden Walks - vol 1. It consisted of 5.5 miles around the City of London and starts at Blackfriars. Packed with history!
The Black Friar Pub
Apothecaries' Hall, home to the Apothecaries Livery Company
St Ann's Churchyard. The church was destroyed in the Great Fire of London (1666)
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral
Statue of Saint Paul near the Cathedral
Paternoster Vents (aka Vents or Angel's Wings), is an outdoor 2002 stainless steel sculpture by Thomas Heatherwick, installed at Paternoster Square in London,…
Amen Court - this area is where many of the Cathedral clergy and other staff live
Cutlers' Hall, home of the Cutlers Livery Company and once controlled the making of swords
Central Criminal Court at Old Bailey
Golden Boy of Pye Corner which marks the furthest western extent of the Great Fire
West Smithfield, the live cattle market from 10th century until 1855 and is the last of the ancient London markets to stay in its original place.
'Memorial to Heroic Self-Sacrifice' is a public monument in Postman's Park in the City of London, commemorating ordinary people who died saving the lives of…
Memorial to Heroic Self-Sacrifice
Barbican Centre
From the Barbican Centre
Barbican Centre
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, originally called 'bone hill' and is thought to have served as a burial ground for the last 1000 years.
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground