Southwark

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Now appropriated by City bankers and business people, Southwark experienced rapid industrialisation with the building of bridges, development of docks and the arrival of the railway. It was largely rebuilt after the Second World War, and is today a mix of historic and modern buildings. Extending along the south bank of the river, the borough of Southwark's mood of vitality is underpinned by the lively London Bridge City and Hay's Galleria (to the east of London Bridge).

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Clerkenwell Road

Nearby tourist attractions

Hay's Galleria
Hay's Galleria
At a height of 27m, a glazed barrel
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St Olaf House
St Olaf House
St Olaf House was designed by Goodhart
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Guy's Hospital
Guy's Hospital
The bookseller Thomas Guy, who became
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HMS Belfast
HMS Belfast
This cruiser distinguished itself during
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Old Operating Theatre, Museum and Herb Garret
Old Operating Theatre, Museum and Herb Garret
The roof space of St Thomas's Church
Southwark Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
The Church of St Saviour and St Mary
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Hay's Galleria
Hay's Galleria
At a height of 27m, a glazed barrel
0:15
St Olaf House
St Olaf House
St Olaf House was designed by Goodhart
0:15
Guy's Hospital
Guy's Hospital
The bookseller Thomas Guy, who became
0:15
See all