Difference between revisions of "Temple Bar"

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Now residing in a garden far to the north, this was once one of the gates to the '''City of London''', which crossed the [[Strand]] (in [[Westminster]]) at the point where it became [[Fleet Street]] in the City of [[London]]. It was the gate through which, by tradition, the monarch entered the City of London, and he or she would halt here, formally to be greeted by the City officers.
 
Now residing in a garden far to the north, this was once one of the gates to the '''City of London''', which crossed the [[Strand]] (in [[Westminster]]) at the point where it became [[Fleet Street]] in the City of [[London]]. It was the gate through which, by tradition, the monarch entered the City of London, and he or she would halt here, formally to be greeted by the City officers.
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Latest revision as of 20:55, 27 May 2006

Now residing in a garden far to the north, this was once one of the gates to the City of London, which crossed the Strand (in Westminster) at the point where it became Fleet Street in the City of London. It was the gate through which, by tradition, the monarch entered the City of London, and he or she would halt here, formally to be greeted by the City officers.