The Temple Church (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Temple / London / EC4Y 7BB / England
Newest Review: ... Courtyard. The closest tube stations are Chancery Lane (Central Line), Blackfriars (District and Circle Lines). Confusingly, Temple station is actually not the closest. The nearest bus stop is served by several bus routes, most of which come from Waterloo Station or Liverpool Street. ~~~~~~~~~~ BRIEF HISTORY ~~~~~~~~~~ Temple Church is a curious mix of the old and new. From the outside, ... more
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by - written on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 567 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~ INTRODUCTION ~~~~~~~~~~~ Ever since reading Sir Walter Scott's "Ivanhoe" as a pre-teen, I have been fascinated by knights, especially the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, or the Knights Templar as they are more colloquially known. Their white mantle with the blood red cross emblazoned on it inspired childhood daydreams of glorious battles, war horses and many a damsel saved from distress. Of course, in those days, I didn't really know much about their past. That, and the fascination that arose from it, was down to a Medieval History course at university taught by a very passionate ... Read the complete review
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