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Two Brewers



Two Brewers

A sheeps head was hung outside every day in times of old

Location: 40 Monmouth Street, WC2H 9EP

Description: This pub was once called the 'Sheep's Head', as the severed head of a sheep was put outside the pub every day.


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Two Brewers

A sheeps head was hung outside every day in times of old


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