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10 thoughts on “Permanent Londoners

  1. says:

    I love the Culbertson and Randall Permanent series books because they don t strive to be comprehensive Other cemetery guides become tedious lists of all the famous people jammed into a cemetery, but these books go for depth instead, collecting up biographies of a few choice permanent residents It s arguable you takeaway from this series than the others, where either you recognize the famous names or you don t.While Permanent Londoners spends a fair amount of time on the Magnificent Sev I lo...

  2. says:

    This is a thick guide to the cemeteries of the city, with a focus on the burial places of the rich and famous In London, that means royals, poets and writers, and historical figures It starts off at Westminster Abbey, proceeds to The Tower of London, covers St Paul s, Highgate, Hampstead and Golder s Green, then into South Lon...

  3. says:

    This is a book that I kept in my car to flip through whenever I was waiting and in need of a book It was great for that because I could pick it up and read a bit about some London cemeteries and people buried in them an...

  4. says:

    this book is essentially a travel guide involving things i like a lot london, dead people, old churches, and historical and cultural biographies.the author is a little quirky, which is nice, but some people whom he chose to mention in passing are ones i would have liked to have...

  5. says:

    Even though it s muchof a tour guidebook than anything else, it still made for very interesting reading The bios are clear and concise I havent been to most of the places included, but for those that I have, I found the directions to be quite accurate Recommended for Anglophiles and cemetery buffs.

  6. says:

    Pretty awesome tour of the inhabitants of note at the various cemeteries in London Some of these places are now on my bucket list

  7. says:

    A very detailed read about all the royals and other famous people over the centuries buried or at least memorialised in large places like Westminster Abbey to smaller cemeteries.

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Permanent Londoners Reading Permanent Londoners Author Judi Culbertson Oknalubliniec.eu London S Cathedrals, Churchyards, And Cemeteries Are The Resting Places Of Many Of The Most Famous And Colorful People Of All Times There Are Four Chapters About Westminster Abbey, The Hallowed Home To Sir Isaac Newton In The Scientists Section, Thomas Hardy And Charles Dickens On The Poet S Corner, Elizabeth I And Mary Queen Of Scouts In The Royal Tombs.

  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Permanent Londoners
  • Judi Culbertson
  • English
  • 07 January 2018
  • 186105338X

About the Author: Judi Culbertson

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