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Bloomsbury


  • Vicinity: Bounded by Tottenham Court Rd, Euston Rd, Gray's Inn Rd and High Holborn
  • Type: Neighborhood

Bloomsbury is a central London neighborhood in the London Borough of Camden, notable as the location of University College London, Russell Square and the British Museum. - AsNotedIn


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Name of Notable Genus AsNotedIn Address Proximity
Name Genus AsNotedIn Address Proximity
University College London
  • ELBs
S of Euston Rd Gower St
Number 23 And Attached Railings
  • Sight
  • ELB 2
23 Bloomsbury Way
Numbers 20 And 21 And Attached Railings
  • Sight
  • ELB 2
21 Bloomsbury Way
Bloomsbury Square
  • Sight
  • ELBs
Bloomsbury Sq
Russell Square
  • Sight
  • ELBs
Russell Square
British Museum
  • Sight
  • Visit
  • Visit
  • ELB 1
  • 1001 Bld
  • TC
  • 1000 Pm
Great Russell St Russell Square
The Bloomsbury Public House
  • Drink
  • Sight
  • ELB 2
236 Shaftesbury Ave W Central St
Church Of St George, Bloomsbury
  • Sight
  • 1001 Bld
  • ELB 1
Bloomsbury Way N of Museum St
Charles Dickens House
  • Activity
  • Sight
  • Visit
  • 1001 Hist
  • ELB 1
48 Doughty St S of Gilford St

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Particulars for Bloomsbury:
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Creative Works »

WorkTypeAsNotedInCreatorNote
Emma Book Jane Austen Mr and Mrs John Knightley live on Brunswick Square
Publicity (short story) Short Story
Agatha Christie Tommy and Tuppence operate Mt Blunt's International Detective Agency at 118 Haleham St, London (fictional). Tommy takes on the role of Mr Blunt with Tuppence as his secretary.
The Dance of Death (short story) Short Story
Algernon Blackwood In Bloomsbury, London, Browne goes to a dance feeling genuinely depressed, for the doctor had just warned him that his heart was weak and that he must be exceedingly careful in the matter of exertion.
The Invisible Man (Wells book) Book
H G Wells The Invisible Man moves unseen around 1890s London from his room near Great Portland St, along Oxford St, through Bloomsbury Square.
The Kit-Bag (short story) Short Story
Algernon Blackwood He dined at his club and went on to Bloomsbury, where he occupied the top floor in one of those old, gaunt houses in which the rooms are large and lofty.

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