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London’s intellectual district is home to the British Museum and several colleges of the University of London. The pre-Raphaelite painters and the Bloomsbury Group of writers found their homes in the Georgian terraced houses and squares in the nineteenth century. Several hospitals were founded and grew in this most peaceful of central London areas. Today it is only on foot that Bloomsbury can be appreciated and discovered. London Undone knows exactly what streets and buildings will make you curious for more of beautiful Bloomsbury.

“I came to London. It has become the centre of my world and I had worked hard to come to it. And I was lost.”

V.S. Naipaul

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