Trinity Square Gardens

A stone slab marks the site of the scaffold and the gallows used from 1455 to 1747. Today there are monuments to the Merchant Navy, a section of the City wall, a Roman stele and the remains of a tower entrance. To the north of the park is Trinity House, a restored 18C building, headquarters of the Trinity House Corporation, founded by Henry VIII in 1514 to rescue and protect ships and sailors.

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All Hallows London Wall
All Hallows London Wall
This Church which rests on the interior
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All-Hallows-by-the-Tower Church
All-Hallows-by-the-Tower Church
Also called All Hallows Barking, All
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St Thomas's Tower and Traitors' Gate
St Thomas's Tower and Traitors' Gate
Saint Thomas's Tower (13C) was the main
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St Olave's Church
St Olave's Church
Built in the 15C on a 13C crypt, it
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Tower of London
Tower of London
The Tower of London's romantic
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White Tower
White Tower
The Tower of London owes its name to its
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Jubilee Gardens
Jubilee Gardens
The Jubilee Gardens commemorated twenty
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Victoria Embankment Gardens
Victoria Embankment Gardens
These gardens were created in 1864 and
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Regent's Canal
Regent's Canal
This 13-km canal unites Little Venice
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