Articles in the category Places of interest

J.S. Mill statue, London

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Rochdale Pioneers Museum

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Griff House, Nuneaton

Novelist George Eliot moved to Griff House shortly after she was born in nearby South Farm in 1819. Sorry, this article hasn’t been completed yet. Would you like to write it for us? Humanist Heritage relies on contributions from users so if you’re interested in helping us please drop us a line.

George Eliot statue, Nuneaton

In Newdigate Square, Nuneaton is a statue of novelist George Eliot made by John Letts in 1986, on a commission by the George Eliot Fellowship. Sorry, this article hasn’t been completed yet. Would you like to write it for us? Humanist Heritage relies on contributions from users so if you’re interested in helping us please drop […]

Thomas Paine’s Cottage, Sandwich

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15 Monk Road, Bristol

A blue plaque marks the childhood home of Nobel prize-winning physicist Paul Dirac. Visiting This is a private home and not open to the public.

Clement Attlee statue, London

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9 Arlington Park Mansions, London

Novelist E. M. Forster rented 9 Arlington Park Mansions in Chiswick from 1939 until at least 1961.

26 Brunswick Square, London

26 Brunswick Square was novelist E. M. Forster‘s London base from 1930 to 1939, after which he rented 9 Arlington Park Mansions in Chiswick until at least 1961.

Kings College, Cambridge

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