Plaque

Fig Tree Court

Inscription

Fig Tree Court adjoined this ancient buttery, 1515 - 1666. It was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, rebuilt in 1679 and again destroyed by enemy action 1940.

An information board provides: "The end of Inner Temple Hall facing Elm Court is the Knights' medieval crypt and buttery, the oldest rooms still in use in the Temple".

Site: Fig Tree Court (1 memorial)

EC4, Inner Temple, Elm Court

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Fig Tree Court

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Fig Tree Court

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Great Fire of London

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