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Top Naval-related places to visit in London.



Locations made famous by naval officers, explorers, boat builders and those who used the Thames for the start or end of their journeys.

TOP 10 NAVAL RELATED SIGHTS IN LONDON:

MORE NAVAL SIGHTS:

11. Nelson's Column @ Trafalgar Square
12. The Painted Hall @ Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
13. Maritime Anchors @ Park Row, Greenwich
14. Robert Falcon Scott lived here @ 56 Oakley Street, Chelsea, London
15. The Cutty Sark @ 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London