Merrick Square

Interesting
Situated in Southwark, Merrick Square is an interesting early 19C square. The houses here are more modest than in the rest of the district. The square was named after the merchant who sold the land in 1661 to the Corporation of Trinity House, a body that was responsible for maintaining seamarks and the welfare of mariners.

Useful information

Adresse : 

sq. Merrick

Nearby tourist attractions

Trinity Church Square
Trinity Church Square
This Southwark square dating back to the
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St George the Martyr
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George Inn
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St Mary Magdalen Church
St Mary Magdalen Church
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Guy's Hospital
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Borough Market
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Trinity Church Square
Trinity Church Square
This Southwark square dating back to the
15 minutes
St George the Martyr
St George the Martyr
This Southwark church, built in 1736 and
15 minutes
George Inn
George Inn
A picturesque inn rebuilt in 1676 after
See all