Founded in 1828 the museum houses around 67,000 specimens many of which are now extinct or endangered. My favorite is the skull of a Bottlenose Whale from 1860.
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Grant Museum, 21 University Street, City of London, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Jessica Sarah Rinland is a filmmaker based south of London. She also works part-time as a projectionist in the city. Her work has been broadcasted, exhibited and screened at various film festivals including NYFF, BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011 and a collaborative screening with Jonas Mekas at Curzon Soho Cinema in London.
 

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Specialising in photography & fashion books and magazines, this independent shop can be a goldmine for rare and out of print books. Also if you’re lucky you’ll meet Otis, the lovely pug-cross resident.
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No better breakfast in London, luckily just five minutes from my office.
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One of a trillion reasons Brixton is the best.
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Although off the beaten track from the large national galleries, 198 is no less an important part of London’s artistic heritage. Developed during the social unrest in the Brixton area in the 1980s, 198 has grown from a community arts space into an exciting contemporary visual arts body that is often the first place to see the next rising star of the London art scene.
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Teeny, French cafe with amazing pastries, great coffee and incredible croque-monsieur. Long table in the front and small garden in the back or take away and head to Highbury Fields, which is only a couple of minutes away.  
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