King Street

This street has 17C pubs and 18 and 19C warehouses at the harbour end. At the northwest end are the Merchant Seamen's Almshouses, built in 1544 and enlarged in 1696, with colourful coats-of-arms on the outside wall.

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King Street

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Bristol Old Vic
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St Stephen's Church
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