bear ate dogs
it was a little crazy
35 churches in london
The London Bridge of that period had houses and shops on it.
Well, he moved to london in 1600s
The link below lists all the Catholic Churches in London.
The Diocese of London lists 35 churches in The City of London. It should be noted that the 'City of London' is a small, one-square mile, part of the Metropolitan area of London. According to the Diocese, there are in excess of 1,000 churches in greater London, though this would only include diocesan churches.
There were 89 churches destroyed during the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Shakespeare was born in the 1600s
Places to vacation in london would be everywhere! Honestly London you have to explore it. Like checking out museums, and the churches. You would get a taste of british history.
fish fish Blacksmith, shoemaker, carpenter, etc.
He helped build 55 churches after the Great Fire in London!
Benham has written: 'Old London churches' -- subject(s): Churches, History
London was a smelly place in the 1600's and rampant with crime. People used the river to bath and do laundry and women were treated as inferior creatures to men who made the money.
Maryland has the most slavery torture than any other eastern coast states in 1600s.
The Bubonic Plague in 1665 and the Great Fire in 1666.
Shakespeare wrote plays/ like romeo & juliet
From a wealthy family, attending the best schools, in London England in the 1600s, I would say by most measures about as good as it could get.
The area of London proper lists 98 different churches. Many of them have been there since the Great Fire.