Exploring London’s 10 most popular posts for 2011 – Numbers 4 and 3…

December 29, 2011

We’re getting down to the pointy end of the countdown now. Here’s numbers four and three in Exploring London’s list of our most popular posts for 2011…

4. Curious London Memorials – 4. The Suffragette MemorialOne of our series on curious London memorials, this looked at a memorial in St James, erected in the 1970s to mark the contribution of those who fought for women’s right to vote;

3. The Royal Wedding – London’s royal reception venue: Another of our Royal Wedding themed posts, this looked at the history of Buckingham Palace, location of the reception which took place after the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge.

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One Response to “Exploring London’s 10 most popular posts for 2011 – Numbers 4 and 3…”


  1. You have written that the suffragette memorial was in a remote place (corner of Christchurch Gardens) and very much overdue (built only in 1970). Yet it is still arguably one of the city’s most important historical markers.

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