Literary London: A stroll along South Bank with Dickens and Shakespeare — For Book Lovers and Random People

Posted: April 12, 2019 in London, UK

I love walking along the banks of the River Thames whether in the city itself or the more leafy areas surrounding it. Here is an account of a city walk with some interesting literary connections.

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Shakespeare’s Globe is located just east of Tate Modern. The reconstruction of the Globe Theatre from 1559 is a must-see for literary travellers.

Literary London: A stroll along South Bank with Dickens and Shakespeare — For Book Lovers and Random People

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