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Intellectual Bloomsbury

All London neighbourhoods have their own charm, but Bloomsbury is special because of its intellectual connections. Numerous blue plaques mark the beautiful Georgian houses where writers such as Virginia Woolf lived, and the calm garden squares give today's academics the tranquillity to focus their minds on their latest discoveries or ideas. In fact, Bloomsbury is home to many prestigious medical institutions, London's oldest university, University College London, as well as the oldest public museum in the world, the British Museum.

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CVEC-9007-DLS1 CV Mar 20 $6.00