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London Mews - In the Middle Ages the cage where a hawk might be put in during its moulting season was sometimes called a ‘mew’. Henry VIII kept his hawks in Charing Cross, roughly where the National Portrait Gallery stands today, and although he replaced the mews with stables for his horses, it kept its name of ‘The Mews’. From that time on ‘mews’ a plural word mostly used in the singular, became the name for any small street or yard in Georgian or Victorian London designed for stabling.

In the Middle Ages the cage where a hawk might be put in during its moulting season was sometimes called a ‘mew’. Henry VIII kept his hawks .

Spring in Regent's Park

Spring in Regents Park

Spring in Regent's Park

One of the views from the Blue Bridge in St. James's Park, London showing Buckingham Palace and the Victoria Monument.  I liked it so much, in fact, my lead female character refers to it as her favorite....

One of the views from the Blue Bridge in St. James's Park, London showing Buckingham Palace and the Victoria Monument. I liked it so much, in fact, my lead female character refers to it as her favorite.

20 Stunning Scenic Photos Taken All Around the  world. check out website for more...

20 Stunning Scenic Photos Taken All Around the world

The London Eye (Millennium Wheel), a giant Ferris Wheel on the south bank of the river Thames in London England. It is the tallest Ferris Wheel in Europe and the most popular attraction in the United Kingdom.

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