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Memorial: Crane Court - Royal Society

The Society's own website says "Meeting nights were indicated by a lamp hung over the Fleet Street entrance to the courtyard."   Matt Brown of Londonist thinks (and we agree with him) that this lamp, at the centre of a sort of armillary sphere, is inspired by that lamp from over 200 years ago.

Site: Crane Court - Royal Society (1 memorial)

EC4, Crane Court

The Royal Society met at the north end of Crane Court from 1710-80, that's the end behind our camera.  

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Crane Court - Royal Society

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Royal Society

Also known as the Royal Society of London (for the Improvement of Natural Kno...

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