Towers of London

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The White Tower, the square building with turrets on each corner that gave it its name, is actually in the middle of a complex of several buildings along the River Thames in London, which have served as fortresses, armories, treasuries, zoos/menageries, mints, palaces, places of execution, public records offices, observatories, shelters, and prisons.


Charlotte M. Yonge Young Folks' History of England (Boston: D. Lothrop & Co., 1879) 185


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