Address Whitehall Court Royal Horseguards Hotel, London SW1A 2EH, UK

One of the most beautiful monuments on the banks of the Thames in London, Whitehall Court was built in the mid-1880s.

Grade II listed, Whitehall Court was once home to the likes of H.G. Wells, Hall Caine, Sarah Caudwell, George Bernard Shaw and Stafford Cripps. It was also used as a headquarters by MI6 until the end of the First World War. Regularly photographed by tourists, it actually consists of two distinct parts, one of which is currently occupied by the National Liberal Club.

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MIAMI map of 100 cult places (French Edition)

The Miami Fantrippers map, an original way to discover the Gateway to the Americas! Through 100 places of pop culture, walk its streets from another angle. Movies, TV shows, music, comics and novels, will allow you to spend a pleasant moment in this sunny and fascinating city. With a folded format of 10 x 18 cm and 60 x 54 cm unfolded, it slips easily into your pocket or your bag to be consulted easily.

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