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Ever wondered what life was like in London before and during the Victorian era? The population of the seat of the British Empire grew from 1 million to 6.7 million in just 100 years. Novels such as ‘Oliver Twist’ give us an insight into the social lives of Londoners, from the affluent upper class to the thousands of working class citizens living packed together in slums. Try out these attractions that encompass olden day London to see just how different our lives as Londoners are today.
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