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Mr Monkey in London, 2nd August

"I don't think they did a very good job rebuilding after the war"

Mr Monkey looking up at the Lincoln Tower Mr Monkey looking at Jeté

On the way back to Lambeth North underground station, Mr Monkey had a look at Christ Church. This was built with money raised from Americans, and opened on July 4th, 1876, on land that was earlier used for a Female Orphan Asylum. Only the tower survived the Blitz.

You can see a picture of the church as it used to look at the English Heritage ViewFinder website.

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