White Lion Pub

White Lion Pub White Lion Pub

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The current building obviously does not date back to 1714 and is not hugely interesting but the lions are magnificent.

Site: White Lion Pub (1 memorial)

N1, White Lion Street

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White Lion Pub

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White Lion pub, Islington

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