"The griffin at Temple..." The Griffin at Temple Tip by ChrsStrl

The Griffin at Temple, London: 1 reviews and 1 photos

  The griffin
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Visit the griffin at Temple Bar.
This pillar marks the division between Westminster and the City of London. It is called Temple Bar because, before 1880, at this boundary, there was a barrier of spiked, chained, posts on which, in the days of public execution, heads of the executed were placed!

Address: The junction of Fleet Street and the Strand.
Directions: Nearest Tube, Temple. Near Fleet St.
othercontact: The griffin is the sign of the C
Phone: +44 20 7405 3855

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  • Written Sep 5, 2002
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