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Wormleybury

Wormleybury is a landscape park of 57ha and house near Wormley in Hertfordshire, England. The house, "Wormleybury Manor", was built by Robert Mylne in 1767-69, and embellished by Robert Adam in 1777-79.

Hoddesdon

Hoddesdon was situated about 20 miles north of London on the main road to Cambridge and to northern towns and cities. The road forked in the centre of the town, with the present High Street dividing into Amwell Street and Burford Street, both leading north to Ware.[3] From an early date there were a large number of inns lining the streets to serve the needs of travellers. A market charter was granted to Robert Boxe, lord of the manor, in 1253.[2][3][4] By the fourteenth century the Hospital of st Laud and St Anthony had been established in the south of Hoddesdon. The institution survived the dissolution of the monasteries, but ceased to exist by the mid sixteenth century, although it is commemorated in the name of Spital Brook which divides Hoddesdon from Broxbourne.[3]

CityPoint

CityPoint (previously known as Britannic Tower) is a skyscraper on Ropemaker Street on the northern fringe of the City of London.

Moorgate station

Northbound Northern line platform looking north.

St Mary Moorfields

St Mary Moorfields is a Roman Catholic church in the City of London. The present building, located at 4-5 Eldon Street, was opened in 1903. However, the foundation had a long history prior to this. A chapel was opened in 1686, but was suspended in 1689, in the aftermath of the Revolution of 1688.

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