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Princess Louise, London

The Princess Louise is a fabulous Victorian pub that has one of the best interiors in London. BUilt in 1872, the pub had a refit in 1892 in which no expense was spared. The decoration is formidable: etched mirrors line the walls, surrounded by polychromatic tiling, elaborate terracotta friezes, patterned ceilings, marble pillars with gilt capitals, tiled floors (mosaics in the corridors) and stained and painted glass. Even the toilets are spectacular. The pub is a bit of a maze with 9 different spaces, including snugs, built around a huge central bar. If you're in London, the Princess Louise is certainly worth a visit. I've posted more photos of the pub over on Flickr.

The Princess Louise is a fabulous Victorian pub that has one of the best interiors in London. Built in 1872, the pub had a refit in 1892 in which no expense was spared. The decoration is formidable: etched mirrors line the walls, surrounded by polychromatic tiling, elaborate terracotta friezes, patterned ceilings, marble pillars with gilt capitals, tiled floors (mosaics in the corridors) and stained and painted glass. Even the toilets are spectacular. I've posted more photos of the pub over on Flickr.

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