We went to see Georgian London.
First, to Kennington Park which is part of the old Kennington Common where George Whitefield preached to thousands, in the open air. I'm not at all clear quite where on the Common, Whitefield preached. Part of the Common is now under housing so knowing the actual site might not be really helpful. Still, one can imagine the crowds.
London has some beautiful Georgian squares. We visited one in Kennington before returning to the delights of the Park.
I'm no architect but we talked about symmetry, railings and absence of bay windows. Of course, not all the railings are left as many disappeared for the war effort in the Second World War.
Of course, the sheer joy of being outside on a Spring day was the major attraction.
I'm hoping that this is the first of many fine days for trips!
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