"Bovary Street" London Off The Beaten Path Tip by ChrsStrl

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  Part of the tiling
by ChrsStrl

In a courtyard off Bovary Street an entire wall is tiled with a tribute in photographs to the history of printing, from the 15th C when Wynkyn de Worde, an apprentice of Caxton, set up his printing press close to St Bride's, which caused writers and poets to throng to the surrounding area and, in later centuries, the Press.

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  • Written Dec 8, 2002
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