Temple

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Devoted to legal activities and forming its own community within the confines of the city, between Fleet Street and the Thames, the Temple, the motherhouse of the Order of the Knights Templar, represents a world apart. Its legal orientation dates from the 17C, when it became the property of the schools and of law offices. The Temple is divided into the Inner Temple inside the city and the Middle Temple, the name given to a picturesque maze of courts, vaults, passages and small gardens.

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Address : 

Middle Temple Lane

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Temple Church
Temple Church
Built in the 12C according to the
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Unilever House
Unilever House
With its ground floor with rustic bosses
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Middle Temple Hall
Middle Temple Hall
Opened in the 1575 by Queen Elizabeth I,
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St Dunstan-in-the-West
St Dunstan-in-the-West
Built in 1833 by John Shaw, this church
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St Bride's
St Bride's
The Church for the press and the «Fleet
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Blackfriars Bridge
Blackfriars Bridge
This bridge designed by Cubitt in 1899
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Temple Church
Temple Church
Built in the 12C according to the
0:30
Unilever House
Unilever House
With its ground floor with rustic bosses
0:15
Middle Temple Hall
Middle Temple Hall
Opened in the 1575 by Queen Elizabeth I,
0:30
See all