BOOK REVIEW: London Uncovered

London Uncovered: Sixty Unusual Places to Explore

Mark Daly (Author), Peter Dazeley (Photographer)
Publisher: Frances Lincoln


 This is a book for anyone who loves London as it takes us into sixty buildings and places which we may recognise but are probably ones that we may not have visited so far. Dazeley’s photography reveals the interiors of these intriguing spaces while Daley’s text gives the history and feel of the place.  A great combination and thanks to this book I now have many places to visit in the coming months and years which I feel sure I will want to return to.


The book’s sections are Historical Homes, Food and Drink, Palaces of Entertainment, Places of Worship, Remarkable Shops, Science and Education, Inns of Court and Unusual Museums.  What more could you ask for?

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