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Friday, 15 April 2016

St Olave


It is easy to walk past this charming building just below the steps of London Bridge, and not notice anything special about it.  On one corner is this etching that says St Olave on one side of the image and King of Norway on the other.

On the opposite side of the front of the building is a plaque at about the same height as this etching
with the words shown below:

6 comments:

Adullamite said...

What a good spot!

Sharon Anck said...

Some interesting history that goes back a very long time.

William Kendall said...

Things have changed considerably there since his day!

Gunn said...

Nice to see.
St.Olav is the name of several things over here in Norway.( Schools & hospitals )

joo said...

Great to see!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Etchings, plaques and recreation grounds are all very well but what a pity they couldn't have built a more attractive building or even looked after the church a little better.

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