Mr Monkey scurried around the outside of the Tower of London. He gazed up at the old Port of London Authority building, built in 1912 as a place for the authority to control London's docks from. Mr Monkey admired the steeple of All Hallows Barking, the only church in the City with standing fabric from Anglo Saxon times. It's called All Hallows Barking because it's a daughter church of Barking Abbey, not because it's in Barking.
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